Vlad D. Markov | 3 Dec 02:19 2002

hp 735/99 boots netbsd

I booted my 735/99 on netbsd over the lan.

Before it went into multiuser mode, there is much output about "chgrp" which 
it can't find because its on /usr which was not yet mounted.

I keep getting this on the console:
break instruction at 0x5:0x29480, iir=0x00000000                             
first ld yields 0xea9f1fdd                                                   
second ld yields 0xea9f1fdd

At one time these messages came so quickly I couldn't enter the shutdown 
command.

Is anyone booting off a disk? If so what are you using to boot?

Jochen Kunz | 3 Dec 14:13 2002
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B132L

Hi.

Is there already support for the B132L?
(PA7300LC with PCI, EISA and ??? bus.)
According to http://www.de.netbsd.org/Ports/hp700/ no, but I know 
that the web pages are notoriously out of date. ;-) 
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tschüß,
         Jochen

Homepage: http://www.unixag-kl.fh-kl.de/~jkunz/

Reinoud Zandijk | 3 Dec 14:59 2002
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HP 9000/720

Hiya folks,

is there any update on supporting the HP 9000/720 with a HP98706 SCG 
display? last time it booted until the [using ... bytes of netbsd ELF 
symbol table] .... might this be related to the display?

I haven't seen many commits in the hp700 subdir so i wonder where is the 
most current distro? is it possible to build a crosscompiler from src using 
build.sh ?

Any comments are welcome,

Cheers,
Reinoud

Brian A. Seklecki | 4 Dec 03:19 2002

Re: B132L

On Tue, 3 Dec 2002  <at>  2:13pm (+0100), Jochen Kunz wrote:

JK> Hi.
JK>
JK> Is there already support for the B132L?
JK> (PA7300LC with PCI, EISA and ??? bus.)
JK> According to http://www.de.netbsd.org/Ports/hp700/ no, but I know
JK> that the web pages are notoriously out of date. ;-)

...no harm done in trying a netboot.

-lava

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JK>
JK>
JK> tsch,
JK>          Jochen
JK>
JK> Homepage: http://www.unixag-kl.fh-kl.de/~jkunz/
JK>

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Jochen Kunz | 4 Dec 12:26 2002
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Re: B132L

On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 09:19:31PM -0500, Brian A. Seklecki wrote:

> JK> Is there already support for the B132L?
> ...no harm done in trying a netboot.
Sure. But first I need a -48 V DC power supply. The machine seams to come
from a telco company and needs to be feed with -48 V DC instead of the 
normal 230 V AC. If there where already support for the machine I would 
hurry up to get the needed PSU. If there is no support, I have no need 
for a PSU. ;-) (I have no time to write the MD support routines, as I 
am already hacking on the MD support routines for PPC machine.) 
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tschüß,
         Jochen

Homepage: http://www.unixag-kl.fh-kl.de/~jkunz/

Jochen Kunz | 5 Dec 14:32 2002
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HP9000 715/100 for 25,-EUR

Hi.

I may be able to get some HP9000 715/100 for 25,-EUR each.
The machines are complete with 19" monitor.  
I don't know how many machines I can get and exact configuration. 
Due to size and weight of the monitor: Local pickup only.
Location is Kaiserslautern / Germany. 
I need binding orders within this week. 
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tschüß,
         Jochen

Homepage: http://www.unixag-kl.fh-kl.de/~jkunz/

Reinoud Zandijk | 15 Dec 00:38 2002
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Hp 9000/720

Hiya folks,

in order to get some new info on my HP 9000 machine i tried the boot.lif 
file from OpenBSD's hppa port. I got that far that it loads the boot.lif 
file and the keyboard responds very snappy... The NetBSD bootloader is very 
reluctant to get keys from the HID so to say... maybe this might ring some 
bells ?

I've booted the OpenBSD kernel in its bootloader and it loads fine and 
prints the following (Since the NetBSD port is derived from it, it might 
give some clues) :

......

[ using 113936 bytes of bsd a.out symbol table ]
pdc0: console init
Copyright ....

pmap_init()
OpenBSD 3.2-beta ...
HP9000/720 (Cobra) PA-RISC 1.1a
real mem = 33554432 (524288 reserverd for PROM, 4194304 used by OpenBSD)
avail mem = 24444928
using 810 buffers containing 3317760 bytes of memory
mainbus0 (root)kernel: DTLB miss trap, code=0xfffc0000
Stopped at	mbattach+0xcc: stw    %r19,R'20(%r20)
ddb>

trace gives `
mbattach(b6618,c0074fd4,50,40) at mbattach +..
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Reinoud Zandijk | 15 Dec 00:55 2002
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HP 9000/720 update

Hiya Folks,

i've tried the OpenBSD boot.lif of 28 May 2002 and it seems to crash at the 
same place as the NetBSD kernel crashes.... The version of 15 September 
seems to get to the point as i noted before. So Maybe its wise to pull up 
some OpenBSD patches since that time.

Cheers,
Reinoud

Brian A. Seklecki | 15 Dec 01:25 2002

Re: HP 9000/720 update

On Sat, 2002-12-14 at 18:55, Reinoud Zandijk wrote:
> Hiya Folks,
> 
> i've tried the OpenBSD boot.lif of 28 May 2002 and it seems to crash at the 
> same place as the NetBSD kernel crashes.... The version of 15 September 
> seems to get to the point as i noted before. So Maybe its wise to pull up 

did you try a different memory configuration, or is 32 all you have
available?

-lava

> some OpenBSD patches since that time.
> 
> Cheers,
> Reinoud

David Krause | 15 Dec 03:06 2002

Re: Hp 9000/720

* Reinoud Zandijk <reinoud <at> netbsd.org> [021214 17:40]:
> in order to get some new info on my HP 9000 machine i tried the boot.lif 
> file from OpenBSD's hppa port. I got that far that it loads the boot.lif 
> file and the keyboard responds very snappy... The NetBSD bootloader is very 
> reluctant to get keys from the HID so to say... maybe this might ring some 
> bells ?
> 
> OpenBSD 3.2-beta ...
> HP9000/720 (Cobra) PA-RISC 1.1a

There is a newer boot.lif in ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/hppa
than what is available on the website.  Give that a try and see what
happens.

David


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