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Re: sysinst segfaults on Alpha ("file system full") - install help
as part of cleanup, i will double-check that on an 3000/ummm...800? the
big desktop version, the speedier variant of the /400. it has known bad
ram which worked fine in a /500. i think its just corroded sockets so
reseating might help to get reliable 128MB. nice to see there are still
people around playing with the 3000 series :)
On Tue, 2020-03-10 at 07:01 -0700, John Ames wrote:
> Will do, thanks!
> On 3/10/20, Martin Husemann <martin%duskware.de@localhost> wrote:
> > I just tested the latest netbsd-9 (9.0_STABLE) crunched ramdisk
> > binary
> > sysinst (which has my fixes from yesterday) and it just worked.
> > I also tested booting the install kernel from that build and it
> > also
> > worked fine. I didn't change much about the partition, but played
> > with
> > swap size (at the first sizes screen) and log option for / (at the
> > second
> > partitions details screen).
> > Officialy new daily build binaries for netbsd-9 should be available
> > later today - could you please retest and let me know if you run
> > into
> > any issues?
> > Martin
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