Subject: Re: SCSI support
To: Christian Limpach <>
From: Goran Koruga <>
List: port-next68k
Date: 06/06/2002 10:56:50
On Thu, 6 Jun 2002 01:44:17 +0200, Christian Limpach wrote:

Hi again.

I have again sent reply to you earlier on (sorry for that, I have
switched from mutt to sylpheed lately and I'm still not used to it).

I have tried netbsd-GENERIC kernel again after your suggestion. It now
boots fine, but it runs out of DMA receive buffers immediately.

Then I have tried your new SCSI kernel. I can't get it to boot with this
one - it stops when it's doing DHCP/BOOTP request. I have compared
network traffic against netbsd-GENERIC kernel. With generic one, I see
two bootp requests - first one is from NeXT boot monitor, the second
one - after about 40s - is from netbsd. But I only see one request with
your SCSI kernel so it seems it's not sending anything out.

Any ideas what this might be ?



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