Subject: Re: Needed: 1.3.1 Boot Floppy and kernal for UltraStor 34F
To: David Rankin <>
From: David Brownlee <>
List: port-i386
Date: 05/08/1998 15:38:39
	I'm building an INSTALL image with DEBUG, DIAGNOSTIC, and DDB
	now, with just the network and scsi drivers mentioned (no PCI,
	EISA, or PCMCIA support also - is that ok?)

	Will compile up a similar kernel and put online.


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On Fri, 8 May 1998, David Rankin wrote: 

> As I have mentioned in a previous letter, I have an Opti VESA-Bus
> machine with a UltraStor 34F in one of the slots. The BIOS will boot off
> the drive OK, and FreeBSD will boot off of the card correctly, but the
> NetBSD 1.3.1 boot floppy kernal won't recognize this card at all. As far
> as I can tell, there are no IRQ or memory conflicts with the card, so I
> think it's a problem between the card and NetBSD. 
> If there's someone who could package a 1.3.1 kernal and boot floppy that
> are compiled debug and contain the uha0 and ne1 drivers (excluding all
> drivers that probe the same addresses), I'd greatly appreciate it. (If
> someone would rather that I get the debugging data from a kernal with
> debug and all of the devices, I can do that as well.) Unfortunately, I
> don't have any other machines with which I could get this working, or
> I'd try to get it done myself. (Have to get the NetBSD machine going
> before I can work on NetBSD....) 
> Thanks, David
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