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=?unknown?q?R=82f._:?= Updated GENERIC kernel snapshot


Ignatios Souvatzis wrote about suppor of 68060:
>I just want to inform you that I've made available a GENERIC kernel
>binary at 
>theory.cs.uni-bonn.de /pub/NetBSD/arch/amiga/snapshots/19960619int/netbsd.gz
Yes i've downloaded and tested it.
And you know what ? It works now. Yes now the kernel is loaded and netbsd start 
on my GVP Spectrum 
gfx board screen. It's great because i have no more error message on the 
debbuger console (VT100 on the
serial port).

The only problem i have is what Ignatios Souvatzis told me: My SCSI controler 
on the Blizzard2060 
(68060+Fast SCSI II+32 bits FastRAM) is not detected.
But i have made some tests and it's strange because when i start netbsd with 
the command:
loadbsd -b netbsd and at the prompt 
root device>
i write sd0 (or sd1 or sd2 or sd3 because i have 4 scsi drives and the 
root,user and swap partitions are on ID 3), i have:
10 views configured
panic: cannot mount root
stopped at 0xb1912: unlk a6
So i enter in the debbuger and i write:
syncing disks... done
dumping to dev 421, offset 16
dump area unavailable
and here there are a lot of access on all my scsi drives during 20 seconds. So 
i suppose it can access to it. no ?
So why can't it find it at the boot ?
Perhaps there is an uncompatibility between Netbsd 1.0 and 1.2 partitions ? 
because the root,user and swap partitions
worked well before when i was in 1.0 release.

for more info i have writen all messages i have when i load netbsd, if you find 
something wrong ...:
Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993      CIRRUS
NetBsd 1.2_ALPHA (GENERIC) #31 : Tue Jun 18   21:59:00 MET DST 1996

Amiga 500/2000 (68060 rev.1 CPU/MMU/FPU)
real mem  = 12058624 (1472 pages)
avail mem = 9764864 (1192 pages)
using 86 buffers containing 704512 bytes of memory
memory segment 0 at 8000000 size b80000
memory segment 1 at 0 size 100000
mainbus 0 (root)
clock0 at mainbus0: CIA B system hz 100 hardware 709379
ser0 at mainbus0: input fifo 512 output fifo 32
par0 at mainbus0
kbd0 at mainbus0: CIA A type Amiga
ms0 at mainbus0
ms1 at mainbus0
grfcc0 at mainbus0
grf0 at grfcc0: width 640 height 400 colors 4
ite0 at grf0: rows 0 cols 0 repeat at (30/100)s next at (10/100)s has keyboard
fdc0 at mainbus0: dmabuf pa 0xe3690: dmabuf ka 0x29df690
fd0 at fdc0 unit 0: 3.5dd 80 cyl, 2 head, 11 sec [9 sec], 512 bytes/sec
fd1 at fdc0 unit 2: 3.5dd 80 cyl, 2 head, 11 sec [9 sec], 512 bytes/sec
zbus0 at mainbus0: i/o size 0x00300000
board at zbus0: rom 0xea0000 man/pro 8512/24 not configured
grfcl0 at zbus0  rom 0x200000 man/pro 2193/1
grf3 at grfcl0 width 640 height 480 colors 16
ite3 at grf3: rows 60 cols 80 repeat at (30/100)s next at (10/100)s has keyboard
grfcl: 2MB Spectrum being used
grfcl1 at zbus0 rom 0xe90000 man/pro 2193/2
ite at grfcl1: not configured
board at zbus0: rom 0x400000 man/pro 8215/7 not configured
no switable root
That's what i have, i remember you my showconfig :
PROCESSOR: CPU 68040/68040fpu
CUSTOM CHIPS: ECS PAL Agnus (id=$0020), Normal Denise (id=$00FF)
VERS: Kickstart version 40.63, Exec version 40.10, Disk version 40.42
RAM: Node type $A, Attributes $405 (FAST), at $8000000-$8B7FFFF (11.5 meg)
 Node type $A, Attributes $703 (CHIP), at $1000-$FFFFF (~1.0 meg)
 Board + ROM (HD?) (unidentified):   Prod=8512/24($2140/$18) (@$EA0000 128K)  
<--- this is the Blizzard board
 Board (unidentified):   Prod=2193/1($891/$1) (@$200000 2meg)  
<---------------- this is the EGS Spectrum board
 Board + ROM (HD?) (unidentified):   Prod=2193/2($891/$2) (@$E90000 64K) 
<------ this is also the EGS
 Board (unidentified):   Prod=8215/7($2017/$7) (@$400000 1meg) <--------------- 
this the 386 GoldenGate bridgeboard

can't somebody make  the scsi blizzard device supported by netbsd ?
the device name is : 2060scsi.device

If you need more info, just tell me and i'll mail it you.
It will be great if you could do it. I think it's the last step for making the 
Blizzard2060 supported by netbsd.

best regards,
Laurent Baroukh

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