Subject: Re: Alignment fault 3
To: None <port-hpcarm@NetBSD.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 01/14/2005 16:45:17
I still can't get the 1GB card to cooperate with my Jornada 728.
It's recognized, I can mount it with the jornada running a netbsd
system on another card (with the 1gb card in a CF -> PCMCIA adapter),
and the disk is checked multiple times, to be sure it's not broken.
I've tried lots of things; netbsd 2.0 instead of current, labelling
the drive again, precompiled kernel, etc. But without any luck. I
suppose some of you are using 1GB cards, or even bigger ones. Did you
have to do some tricks to get it boot? Here's a link to the boot
That "Alignment fault 3" doesn't appear any longer. Dunno where did it
Thanks in advance for any replies.
> Lähettäjä: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Päiväys: 2005/01/12 ke PM 06:04:06 GMT+02:00
> Vastaanottaja: <port-hpcarm@NetBSD.org>
> Aihe: Alignment fault 3
> I received my 1GB compact flash card today and replaced my previous
> 256MB card with it. Disklabelled it correctly, installed the same
> hpcarm build as on the previous card, same hpcboot and kernel. Kernel
> boots up, and continues to root fs initialization, "wd0a dumps on wd0b", "root fs type is ffs" and that stuff. Then it shoots multiple times a
> message: "Fatal kernel mode data abort: 'Alignment Fault 3'", until the
> device freezes completely. Is this some big cf issue, or perhaps
> corruption in some essential file?