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Re: hack for ifconfig on m68000 (was: Floppy image overflow)
On 2017/02/09 21:12, Matt Fredette wrote:
i386 version of TME works fine on amd64 (I've not checked whether amd64
version works or not). With the default setting in SUN2-MULTIBUS, the
system cannot enter multi-user mode. By increasing RAM to 7MB, the
system boot up successfully. With 8MB RAM, TME does not work at all
both on amd64 and i386. Something can be wrong with my setting. I just
modified "ram0" statement like this:
ram0 at obmem0 addr 0x0: tme/host/posix/memory ram 8MB
It's been a while, but I remember that a Sun 2/120 could only have 8MB
if you removed the framebuffer and used the serial console, because the
framebuffer starts at 7MB. From SUN2-MULTIBUS:
bwtwo0 at obmem0 addr 0x700000 ipl 4: tme/machine/sun2/bwtwo type multibus
zs1 at obmem0 addr 0x780000 ipl 6: tme/machine/sun2/zs
I never tested TME with the 8MB configuration, but there's a decent
chance that it will work.
Ah, thank you. I understand the situation.
By a little more investigation, I found that some programs like postfix,
nslookup, etc., fail to work, and output from others is corrupted. At
first sight, some string functions in libc seem to be broken. But I need
more time (if possible!) to examine further...
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