Subject: Re: HP 400t isn't booting since 1.5.3
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bernd Sieker <email@example.com>
Date: 05/25/2006 21:08:59
On 25.05.06, 17:28:25, doomwarrior wrote:
> >>It has been fixed already. See 2006-01-28 news entry on
> >oh i should read more carefully. Yes that's true, the SYS_UBOOT of
> >20060520 works for me.
> >>After the kernel was loaded and a message about Entrypoint was
> >>printed the screen turns black and reset the machine.
> >But this problem isn't vanished, even with the 20060520 :-(
> >if you need more info i could add, drop me a line.
This was only a problem in 1.6 and has been fixed since 2.0.
> >I will try a snapshot of -current.
> ok i tried also -current 20060520 and the problem is also there.
Are you sure you are actually using the updated SYS_UBOOT and
loading a new kernel? HP machines can be a bit picky about what
medium they actually boot from.
I also noticed the problem in the 3.0 release, and even filed a
PR, but it works fine in 3.0_STABLE, and should also in -current.
Btw. the SYS_UBOOT that came with 2.x can also boot 3.x kernels,
And yes, 1.6 was also broken, (the kernel, not the bootloader),
but 2.x works very fine, as does 3.0_STABLE.
> Bes Regards
NetBSD: userland included