Subject: RE: hpcboot.exe hangs on Jornada 720
To: Hernani Marques Madeira <email@example.com>
From: Jason Mitchell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/17/2004 17:57:15
Sorry for the blank message earlier. If you look at
ftp://www.rtgx.com/pub/hpcarm-dist there is at least a copy of hpcarm.exe
that works. You could also take a look at the distribution in case you need
to reinstall anything.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: port-hpcarm-owner@NetBSD.org
> [mailto:port-hpcarm-owner@NetBSD.org]On Behalf Of Hernani Marques
> Sent: Saturday, January 17, 2004 5:44 PM
> To: port-hpcarm@NetBSD.org
> Subject: hpcboot.exe hangs on Jornada 720
> Hello @ all!
> I've bought a HP Jornada 720 to install netbsd on it. It's a
> germanised model, with german keyboard layout.
> I've also got an Apacer '512MB' Apacer CF card, that I
> partitioned as follows:
> ~5 megs MSDOS (sector 63 to 10199)
> rest 4.2BSD (sector 10200 to endOfDisk)
> On sector 0 I've set up a partition table using fdisk. I've
> registered a MBR type 1 (FAT12) 'partition' there;
> it's the above MSDOS one -- otherwise WindowsCE
> wants to format the whole CF card.
> Using one of my i386 machines I've crosscompiled (using build.sh) a
> hpcarm distribution that's now on the cf card.
> On the MSDOS partition I've put on the freshly compiled hpcarm netbsd
> kernel and the hpcboot.exe utility.
> I got all files via cvsup (sources from the 15th of this month).
> Even hpcboot.exe is from then and there (hpcboot.exe.uu => hpcboot.exe).
> Hmm, I've tried hpcboot.exe with the following settings:
> \speicherkarte\ netbsd # "speicherkarte" german for "storage card" :-)
> HP Jornada 720 || HP Jornada 720 (Japanese) # I tested both
> root file system
> (*)wd ()sd ()md ()nfs
> All other settings are on their defaults.
> The problem now is that when I press [BOOT] and say yes to:
> "Data in memory will be lost. Are you sure?"
> as I do for the next question:
> "Last chance...
> Push OK to boot."
> the program just hangs! The image is then frozen and I have to
> remove the rechargeable battery to get back to Windows CE. There's
> no data loss then...
> I've done the whole process practically the same as described here:
> Ah, if it helps: it's Windows CE v3.0 that's installed there.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks for any help!