Subject: May 15th Snapshot ed1 problems
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: John Messenger <John.Messenger@proteon.com>
Date: 05/19/1995 03:14:16
I've installed NetBSD-1.0A 15th May snapshot on a Micron P90 PCI system.
During the install I used ed1 (a 3c503) to mount the installation
files and there were no problems.
However when I boot from the hard disk, I get error reports from ed1
and the network doesn not function:
ed1: length does not match next packet pointer
ed1: len ffff nlen d9ff start 20 first 24 curr 26 next ff stop 40
ed1: NIC memory corrupt - invalid packet length 55807
This applies whether I use CGD's netbsd.GENERIC or the copy_kernel
Rebuilding the kernel is hard without a network interface.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
-- John Messenger, Proteon International (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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