Subject: Re: 1.5.2 boot error (color non-turbo slab)
To: Matias Atria <email@example.com>
From: Darrin B. Jewell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/16/2001 05:06:48
The stray interrupt is a SCSI interrupt that isn't handled because
there is no SCSI driver in the kernel. I don't remember exactly
which conditions cause it, but I think it may be that you interrupted
a scsi boot sequence to get the rom prompt.
I don't have access to a machine right now to experiment on how
to easily access the rom without interrupting an active scsi operation,
but it should be possible.
Matias Atria <email@example.com> writes:
> I've been trying to boot NetBSD 1.5.2 on my color (non-turbo) slab, but I
> always get the same error (log below). I was running NEXTSTEP 4.2 without
> problems until I decided to try NetBSD. If you need more info just let me
> know (and if I'm off topic here, let me know too).
> xe0 at intio0
> xe0 at MAX address 00:00:0f:00:ca:02
> nextkbd0 at intio0
> wskbd0 at nextkbd0: console keyboard
> nextdisplay0 at mainbus0: 1152 x 832, 16bpp
> wsdisplay0 at nextdisplay0: console (color, vt100 emulation), using wskbd0
> isrdispatch_autovec: stray level 3 interrupt
> *intrstat = 0x1000<SCSI>
> *intrmask = 0xffffffff98027648<NMI,ENETX_DMA,SCC,DSP_4,DISK|C16_VIDEO,
> (same thing over and over until I am thrown into the debugger).
> Any clues?