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Re: sysinst RPi issue

Hi Sebastian,

ah ah... I tought I was doing something wrong for the last few days, but I ran into the same issue.

It seems this bug appeared after the 11th of may, as previous head snapshots used to work fine.

Here is the latest valid snapshot I have (2013.05.05 images):
rpi_inst.img : https://mega.co.nz/#!cFBhXTQQ!YGncVCmcgWbQq8bL7iROQ3rw9hgz74Zcy60L4KaJSOs rpi.img : https://mega.co.nz/#!sBB21RTT!PbbllyGFS8rKICvHqLt5E1dLq6lbvjHikgN-XtPmCa4


Le 05/20/2013 20:04, Sebastian Wieseler a écrit :
Dear port-arm list,
I followed the documentation
http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-arm/2013/03/27/msg001838.html to
setup NetBSD on a
Raspberry Pi (also looked at http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/evbarm/raspberry_pi/).
I got the latest rpi_inst.img.gz from
Booted it and followed every instruction. Choosed then the default
HTTP mirror and NetBSD-6.1
During fetching the packages I saw the RPI-kernel as well.
But at the end of packet fetching sysinst reported the problem
"The RPI kernel was not installed, perhaps you didn't select it?"
and the installation ended.
Even after re-selecting the RPI kernel package and going through the
setup again,
all I get after rebooting - the RPi is still showing the sysint prompt.
I have no idea how to procede further.
Best regards and thanks for any help
   Sebastian 'kickino' Wieseler

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