Subject: Re: How to get NetBSD on my machine ?
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Zadok <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/19/1996 11:49:25
On Sun, 14 Jan 1996, Jason Thorpe wrote:
> > My Problem: I have a hp345, 16MB RAM and so on, running fine... the
> > problem is: It runs HP-Pascal. But there seem some parts missing... I
> > have a Linux-Box standing next door, but i can't rbootd get compiled, may
> > be it uses some HP-UX or BSD-specific ??? I really have to do better
> > things than inventing the bicycle the 12456th time... has anyone here got
> > it running under Linux ( for PCs ) and could send me the binaries ?
> What are the problems you're having with rbootd? It does use the
> Berkeley Packet Filter.
yup... there is a file called bpf.c which #includes net/bpf.h, that's
missing... Linux seems not to know this packet filter. Is there a version
of rbootd that doesn't depend on it ? May be one for a system V ? The
Linux-libc is much like system V...
Anyway, I've found another possibility, my Acorn Archimedes was able to
read and write disks with 16 sectors / 256 bytes, with a different
filesystem, but he knows at least the disk geometry, so i simply raw wrote
SYS_INST on a HP-disk and it boots...