Subject: Install failure on 380 (Illegal instruction)
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: John W. DeBoskey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/04/1996 22:14:59
My trials & tribulations continue. I have managed to boot SYS_INST
and then load inst-11.fs via NFS from my Sun 3/80. I'm trying to
And then the fun begins.
I have gotten as far as about to load the 1st tar file, to as short
as hitting ENTER to select SH as the shell, when the miniroot takes
an illegal instruction. Each time, the process taking the hit appears
to be a wait().
I don't have a console. I'm hoping someone else has seen this and
may know of a work-around. Also, I don't know where the SCSI bus
reset is coming from(below). I've tried installing onto a pair of DEC RZ56E
drives and a Seagate ST3600N, but to no avail.
An /etc/dmesg from HPUX of the machine follows:
Feb 4 22:08
Internal HIL at 0x428000
System Console is ITE
ITE + 1 port(s)
I/O System Configuration:
Internal HP-IB Interface - system controller at select code 7
Parallel poll interrupts enabled.
HP98644 Advanced RS-232C Serial Interface at select code 9
With 16 byte rcv fifo, 16 byte xmit fifo, hardware handshake
and high speed clock.
HP98265A (SCSI Interface) at select code 14
5 MB/s; parity enabled.
HP98643 at select code 21
Card ID 6 at select code 23 ignored;
interface driver not present
HP98550 Bit Mapped Display at 0x560000
SCSI Bus: hard reset (isc: 14)
Networking memory for fragment reassembly is restricted to 2310144 bytes
Root device major is 7, minor is 0xe0600, root site is 0
Battery-backed real-time clock
Swap device table: (start & size given in 512-byte blocks)
entry 0 - auto-configured on root device; start = 544896, size = 86016
Using primary swap device for crashdump.
Core image of 6143 pages will be saved at block 290884 on device 0x70e0600
Physical: 24552 Kbytes, lockable: 21796 Kbytes, available: 21896 Kbytes
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