Subject: Re: NetBSD 2.0 installation woes
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Jurrie Lulofs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/20/2005 13:43:37
> > Yes. Find the patch in the archives in this message;
> > http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-hpcmips/2004/12/30/0003.html
> > You will need to most likely rebuild a new release with this patch
> > added, (rebuilding the 2.0 branch (netbsd-2) worked for me).
> I committed this patch, and I requested pullup-2-0.
> Please wait.
OK.... I'll wait.
The only question I have is if I'll need to build the kernels (both
sysinst and GENERIC flavors) myself or if these will be made available
somewhere. I don't have a cross-compilation host set-up, so if I need to
set this up it'd be nice to know before hand.
Just for grins I attempted to install 1.6.2 on my MobilePro 780. While
things were looking promising for a while (newfs ran w/out problems)
things eventually came to an end with a "Panic: TLB out of universe" in
gzip while installing base.tgz from an msdos partition on a CF card in the
It makes me wonder if anyone has NetBSD running successfully on a 780.
And if so, how?