Subject: re: booting an Ultra 30
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Date: 03/15/2001 17:09:05
I tried to boot my friend's ultra30, and netboot works so I do think
that your ofwboot.net image is somehow corrupted. Make sure it properly
downloaded(there is checksum file there nearby you can use, don't ask me
how - I've never tried). But ...
Kernel panics though with 'could not get psycho interrupt-map' or
'could not get interrupt-map-mask'. I can say that there are no such
properies among listed in OFW, the closest I could find was 'interrupts'.
Anyway, 'prtconf -pv' partial output is attached. I don't know much
about psycho yet, but I got environment set up, so if somebody wants
a try run, shouldn't be a problem.
i need to investigate what to do in the absense of these properties.
I think you should just use the `interrupts' property directly
to probe the mapping registers the way SBus does.