Subject: Re: 5000/33: Boot prompt upgrade possible?
To: port-pmax NetBSD <email@example.com>
From: Reiner Buehl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/16/2001 11:29:47
> Why do you want to do this? There are two ways to work around the 1MB
> kernel limit that I can think of - you can use the smallnet stuff in
> /sys/arch/pmax/stand/smallnet or you can use mopd and boot via MOP.
I tried the mopd-linux stuff that comes with Redhat 7.1 but I do not
get it to run. If I start it, I get the following in syslog:
Sep 15 18:15:08 gandalf mopd: mopd 2.5.3 started.
Sep 15 18:15:08 gandalf mopd: Initialized eth0
Sep 15 18:15:08 gandalf mopd: malloc: Cannot allocate memory
I have no idea, why I get the malloc error. The linux system runs
fine and has no memory problems. Are you aware of a working mopd
for linux (Redhat 7.1, Kernel 2.4.2)?