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Re: NetBSD 1.1 Generic kernel wont boot on A1200 Blizzard 1230-II

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folgenden Text unter dem Betreff "NetBSD 1.1 Generic kernel wont boot on A1200 
Blizzard 1230-II" zu erzeugen:

> My hardware:
> Amiga 1200,
> Blizzard 1230-II 68030 50mhz with FPU and 8MB fast RAM,
> Maxtor 540MB IDE drive.

Same problem, but with a MTEC-1230/28 MHz & 2 IDE-drives.

> Problem:
> The NetBSD 1.1 generic kernel wont boot, it just hangs forever after
> displaying some configuration info.
> This is the last line written to the screen before it hangs:
> bzsc0 at zbus0 rom 0xea0000 man/pro 8512/11
> Does anyone know what could be the problem? And, does anyone have a kerne=
> l
> compiled especially for the A1200 compiled without SCSI and any unneccesa=
> ry
> drivers? Maybe that could fix the problem..

You could use the "COFFEE"-Kernel from the Gateway!-II (which worked fine
with my configuration though I don`t know the differences) for booting
and then build your own kernel as suggested in the documentation.

I build a kernel for the A1200 without SCSI & GfxBoard-support, if you
are interested in it just mail me.

* Waste some bandwidth at : http://www-users.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/~stolz/
* PGP-Key available : finger stolz%pool.informatik.rwth-aachen.de@localhost
GCS -d+ H++ s !g p1 au a21 w(w--) v C(C++) N++ E>E++ W--- Y+ t--- 5+ !tv b+++ 
D+ e* u*(u+) h+(h) f+ x+

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