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Tobias Nygren | 19 Feb 10:49 2015

Dual G5 2.3 (Early 2005, PowerMac7,3), again


Apologies since this has been discussed on the list in the past but I
did not find any solid conclusion in the archives.

So I picked up one of these machines sold as defective and got it running.
NetBSD does not like it. OpenBSD 5.6 does boot on it with UP kernel.

ofwboot.xcf crashes when it tries to load the kernel text to 0x100000.
I don't have any experience with this platform, but as a quick test
I tried to make a hacked ofwboot binary with the bss segment at
0x100000 and a bss size of 6 MB to coax the OF to set up some mappings
there. The bootloader now gets further but it still doesn't work.

There are references in the list archives to patches that supposedly
make it work. Any clues? I think this would be a nice machine to run
NetBSD on.

Kind regards,

Christian Groessler | 16 Feb 20:29 2015

ofwboot.xcf problem


using the latest ofwboot.xcf on my dual cpu macppc machine (dmesg 
attached) causes the kernel to crash early with a "kernel ISI" exception.

This happens since a few years and I didn't bother since I've got an old 
ofwboot.xcf binary hanging around which did work. But now I've decided 
to hunt down the problem.

The problem appears to have been introduced in rev 1.25 of 

When I compile ofwboot.xcf with rev 1.24 of said file, it works. It also 
works if I make the following change to the latest version of the file:

diff -u -r1.30 loadfile_elf32.c
--- loadfile_elf32.c    27 Nov 2013 17:33:03 -0000      1.30
+++ loadfile_elf32.c    16 Feb 2015 19:19:39 -0000
 <at>  <at>  -274,7 +274,7  <at>  <at> 
         } note;
         char *shstr = NULL;
         size_t shstrsz = 0;
-       int boot_load_ctf = 1;
+       int boot_load_ctf = 0;

         /* some ports dont use the offset */

An alternative change (to sys/arch/macppc/stand/ofwboot/boot.c, just for 
macppc) fixes the problem, too:
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Patrick Welche | 6 Feb 00:57 2015

first boot attempt

I just tried booting -current/macppc of 31 Jan 2015, cross-built on
amd64, and see:

Transfer FILE: ofwboot.xcf \
TFTP LOAD TimeOutload-size=400 adler32=82c9a09c 

loading XCOFF

tsize=eed0 dsize=258 bsize=2750 entry=e00000 
.eh_fram 00000094 00000094 00002218 0000014c
.text    00e00000 00e00000 0000eed0 00002370
.data    00e0f000 00e0f000 00000258 00011240
.bss     00e0f258 00e0f258 00002750 00000000
.gnu.att 00000000 00000000 00000010 00011498
.ident   00000000 00000000 00000076 000114a8
loading .text, done..
loading .data, done..
clearing .bss, done..

Invalid memory access at   %SRR0: 00000000.55555554   %SRR1: 10000000.40003030 

I was hoping to boot a netbsd-GENERIC.gz as /netbsd over nfs.

How far did it get?


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scole_mail | 4 Feb 15:20 2015

atf results for NetBSD/macppc/gcc48/ppc601


Just for fun I ran the atf suite on my powermac 7200/powerpc 601 from
a few days ago/current 7.99.4:

Summary for 607 test programs:
    3830 passed test cases.
    75 failed test cases.
    37 expected failed test cases.
    93 skipped test cases.

Think it took about 12 hours to run.

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I just tried to cross build -m macppc64 on amd64, and hit:

--- ---
#     build  gallium/
rm -f
/usr/src/obj.macppc/tooldir.NetBSD-7.99.4-amd64/bin/powerpc64--netbsd-c++  -Wl,-x -shared
-Wl,-soname, -Wl,--warn-shared-textrel -Wl,  
-Wl,-rpath,/usr/X11R7/lib -L=/usr/X11R7/lib  -o 
-Wl,-rpath-link,/store/export/macppc/lib  -L=/lib  -Wl,--whole-archive gallium_dri_pic.a 
-Wl,--no-whole-archive -L/usr/src/lib/libm/obj.macppc -lm
-L/usr/src/external/mit/xorg/lib/libdrm/obj.macppc -ldrm
-L/usr/src/external/mit/xorg/lib/libdrm_radeon/obj.macppc -ldrm_radeon
-L/usr/src/external/mit/xorg/lib/libglapi/obj.macppc -lglapi
-L/usr/src/external/mit/expat/lib/libexpat/obj.macppc -lexpat

gallium_dri_pic.a(sb_valtable.pico): I
n function `.r600_sb::value_table::add_value(r600_sb::value*)':
sb_valtable.cpp:(.text+0x1768): call to `.std::vector<r600_sb::value*,
std::vector<r600_sb::value*, std::allocator<r600_sb::value*> > >, r600_sb::value* const&)'
lacks nop, can't restore toc; (-mcmodel=small toc adjust
gallium_dri_pic.a(sb_valtable.pico): In function
std::allocator<r600_sb::value*> >&)':
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John D. Baker | 22 Jan 08:05 2015

disk devices vs. wedges and wrong FS type

So after some hiatus, I have one of my PowerMacs back online.  It's a
PowerMac G4 (AGP Graphics), a.k.a. "Sawtooth" IIRC.

I built a recent -current (7.99.4) but kept the toolchain rolled back to
gcc45, just in case.  I updated the machine's NFS root filesystem and it
proceeded to boot just fine over the network.

I set about also updating the installation on the machine's local disk.
The previous install was a 6.99.41 vintage.  I set about updating just
the modules and the kernel (boot from HFS partition) and figured to
reboot and update the rest.

When the machine wasn't reachable via SSH after a reasonable period of
time, I went to inspect the console.  I found messages like the

  mount: no match for `wd0a': No such process


  fsck: exec /usr/sbin/fsck_sysv for /dev/rdk1: No such file or directory

So, first it appears that -current insists on using wedges and can't
cope with my existing "/etc/fstab" that uses device paths and partitions.
Second, it gets the filesystem on the wedges wrong.  Looking through
'dmesg' revealed:

wd0 at atabus0 drive 0
wd0: <Hitachi HDS721680PLAT80>
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