Subject: Re: Trouble with NCR 810
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Nobuhiko HONDA <email@example.com>
Date: 07/17/1995 20:30:05
> I just put an NCR 810 based SCSI controller in my machine and
> I can't seem to get ther kernel to use it. It works fine in DOS, but
> NetBSD doesn't seem to be able to use it. When I bought it I was told
> it was an ASUS card, but I fail to find the brand name on the docs.
> The model number is JDC5010 if anyone can recognize it. It is
> completely stripped (no BIOS on board). The motherboard is an
> AIR 486 VP from early August 1994, and has BIOS support for the
> card which is what I used with DOS.
I had the same experience with this motherboard.
Try to add
options PCI_PMEM_START "0x80000000"
to your config file, and recompile your kernel.
I don't know why, but it works for me.
System LSI Laboratory, Mitsubishi Electric Corp.