Subject: Re: NetBSD 1.6 / 2.0.2 panics on Sun 3/180
To: Patrick Finnegan <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <abs@NetBSD.org>
Date: 07/21/2005 12:40:45
On Thu, 21 Jul 2005, Patrick Finnegan wrote:
> Adam Kropelin declared on Sunday 10 July 2005 08:51 pm:
>> Patrick Finnegan wrote:
>>> I've spent the better part of this afternoon coaxing my Sun 3/180
>>> back into breathing, and have finally got it to boot the
>>> netbsd-INSTALL.gz kernel, but it panics:
>>> I've tried using the 1.6 installer and 2.0.2 installer kernel, with
>>> the same results.
>>> Any suggestions? Am I doing something wrong?
>> My 3/280 needed this kernel patch before if_ie would pass packets
>> without faulting. It only recently got merged, so I don't think it's
>> in 2.0.2.
> OK, I cross-compiled a new kernel based off netbsd-currnet (which has
> that patch in it). I'm trying to boot the machine diskless, and it
> boots up until this point and then freezes:
> warning: no /dev/console
> init: Creating mfs /dev (363 blocks, 896 inodes)
> I used the default config for the "GENERIC" kernel when I compiled it.
> The LEDs still chase back/forth on the back of the machine, but I've
> waited at least 20 minutes and the machine didn't go any further.
On the server can you run 'MAKEDEV all' in the exported /dev?
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