Subject: Re: kernel trouble.
To: None <port-pmax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Toru Nishimura <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/08/1998 10:26:30
On Wed, 7 Jan 1998, Jorgen Pehrson wrote:
>> I compiled a kernel for my DS 5000/200. (1.3_beta). After correcting some
>> silly mistakes, such as trying to boot from netbsd.ecoff instead of
>> netbsd.aout it actually booted. Not completely without problems though.
>> After it has configured my SCSI disks it dies with a:
>> panic: cpu_initclocks: no clock attached
>> If I look at my kernel config file it has an
>> #include "arch/pmax/conf/builtin.3max" which has an
>> clock0 at mainbus0 line.
>> Anyone have an idea why the kernel doesn't want to add the clock0?
>> I would expect you to need 'clock0 at asic0' in the config file.
>> 'clock0 at mainbus0' is presumably for a different machine which
>> attaches the clock in a different way.
The description "clock0 at mainbus0" is for DS3100, not for
DS5000/200. The confusing point is kernel requires clock has to be
configured with IOASIC for DS5000/200 as if it has the circuit.
BTW, I finished to build my own kernel from NetBSD/1.3 release source
code with 1.3_BETA distribution without any trouble, and it runs well
Nara Institute of Science and Technology