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Re: netbsd-7 not very stable on Dockstar

On 11/23/14 00:56, Andy Ruhl wrote:
I'm trying to get another Seagate Dockstar running and I figured I'd try
netbsd-7. I built the kernel from source from a few hours ago, and a
userland from nyftp's daily builds from the day before yesterday.

dhclient crashes, so I'm using dhcpcd. Once in a while dhcpcd goes rogue
and uses 100% of CPU, and will only die with kill -9. nslookup crashes.
I've had a few other crashes but I can't remember what they are.

I'm able to test stuff if needed.

Aside: What pre-built userland do I use? How do I know? I see there are
multiple versions of evbarm on nyftp. I just got evbarm-arm. The ports page
(http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/evbarm/) doesn't even list Sheevaplug
(Dockstar is similar) as supported.


evbarm-earm is right for an armv5 machine. This is a change in ABI to previous releases, but
a new kernel will support an old userland with COMPAT_NETBSD32

Making core files available will help.


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