Re: How to boot netBSD on the Intel IQ80321 board ...
John Clark <j1clark <at> ucsd.edu>
2002-06-05 19:50:46 GMT
Am Montag den, 3. Juni 2002, um 11:35, schrieb David Francheski:
> I’m in the process of booting Jason Thorpe’s netBSD implementation on
> Intel’s IQ80321 eval board.
> Intel’s IQ80321 ships with the RedBoot boot monitor, but Intel only
> claims support for VxWorks,
> BlueCat Linux, and eCOS
The predecessor iq80310, and I presume the 321 is no different here,
supports BOOTP style
booting. A more manual way would be to use the Redboot load command,
In either case, you need to have a NFS server with the root hierarchy
setup on some machine.
I have a NetBSD-x86 machine setup to act as the NFS server. My DHCP
server points the
booting machine to this NFS server.
The Redboot command for loading is something on the order of:
load -r -b 0xa0200000 -m TFTP netbsd-nfs
(You need to check to see what the exact name of the binary is and place
that in the tftpboot directory.)