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  • Netbooting ARM/MIPS devices: server setup | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    keep everything there and my TFTP server root is src FreeBSD tftpboot TFTP server is standard FreeBSD s one and config line in inetd conf 8 looks like tftp dgram udp wait root usr libexec tftpd tftpd l s src FreeBSD tftpboot inted should be enabled in rc conf 5 inetd enable YES NFS Server NFS server is not just one daemon but several services combined So rc conf 5 part of config looks like this rpcbind enable YES rpc statd enable YES rpc lockd enable YES nfs server enable YES mountd enable YES Filesystems that are exported via NFS listed in exports 5 Mine contains following Mind mount points obj and nfs are different usr ports maproot 0 network 192 168 10 0 16 src FreeBSD head src FreeBSD nfs rpi src FreeBSD nfs armv6 src FreeBSD nfs am335x maproot 0 network 192 168 10 0 16 Note that you can join several directories into one line only if they belong to the same mount point NAT If you re planning on building ports on the device you ll need internet access on it All my devices are restricted to one LAN with laptop acting as a gateway I use pf 4 for NATing Config etc pf conf 5 ext if em0 rede 192 168 0 0 16 nat on ext if from rede to any ext if and rc conf 5 gateway enable YES pf enable YES pf rules etc pf conf pf flags Kernel config FreeBSD kernel should be properly configured in order to be suitable for mounting root over NFS options NFSCL options NFSCLIENT NFS v3 options NFS ROOT options BOOTP NFSROOT options BOOTP COMPAT options BOOTP options BOOTP NFSV3 options BOOTP WIRED TO ue0 BOOTP WIRED TO value is SoC specific If you do not have full control over your DHCP server e g it s cable modem and can t specify root path root opts you still can hardcode root location by removing BOOTP NFSROOT and adding options ROOTDEVNAME nfs 192 168 10 src FreeBSD nfs rpi Installation Depending on your boot sequence installation consists of one or two steps Normal system installation e g sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC installworld sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC distribution And installing kernel copying kernel to tftpboot directory sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC installkernel cp src FreeBSD nfs rpi boot kernel kernel src FreeBSD tftpboot kernel RPI In some cases you d want to use kernel bin instead of kernel more on it in next post so second step would look like sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC KERNEL EXTRA INSTALL kernel bin installkernel cp src FreeBSD nfs rpi boot kernel kernel bin src FreeBSD tftpboot kernel RPI bin And if you re going to use ubldr there is no need to

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=306&replytocom=1748 (2016-02-01)
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  • Netbooting ARM/MIPS devices: server setup | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    keep everything there and my TFTP server root is src FreeBSD tftpboot TFTP server is standard FreeBSD s one and config line in inetd conf 8 looks like tftp dgram udp wait root usr libexec tftpd tftpd l s src FreeBSD tftpboot inted should be enabled in rc conf 5 inetd enable YES NFS Server NFS server is not just one daemon but several services combined So rc conf 5 part of config looks like this rpcbind enable YES rpc statd enable YES rpc lockd enable YES nfs server enable YES mountd enable YES Filesystems that are exported via NFS listed in exports 5 Mine contains following Mind mount points obj and nfs are different usr ports maproot 0 network 192 168 10 0 16 src FreeBSD head src FreeBSD nfs rpi src FreeBSD nfs armv6 src FreeBSD nfs am335x maproot 0 network 192 168 10 0 16 Note that you can join several directories into one line only if they belong to the same mount point NAT If you re planning on building ports on the device you ll need internet access on it All my devices are restricted to one LAN with laptop acting as a gateway I use pf 4 for NATing Config etc pf conf 5 ext if em0 rede 192 168 0 0 16 nat on ext if from rede to any ext if and rc conf 5 gateway enable YES pf enable YES pf rules etc pf conf pf flags Kernel config FreeBSD kernel should be properly configured in order to be suitable for mounting root over NFS options NFSCL options NFSCLIENT NFS v3 options NFS ROOT options BOOTP NFSROOT options BOOTP COMPAT options BOOTP options BOOTP NFSV3 options BOOTP WIRED TO ue0 BOOTP WIRED TO value is SoC specific If you do not have full control over your DHCP server e g it s cable modem and can t specify root path root opts you still can hardcode root location by removing BOOTP NFSROOT and adding options ROOTDEVNAME nfs 192 168 10 src FreeBSD nfs rpi Installation Depending on your boot sequence installation consists of one or two steps Normal system installation e g sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC installworld sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC distribution And installing kernel copying kernel to tftpboot directory sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC installkernel cp src FreeBSD nfs rpi boot kernel kernel src FreeBSD tftpboot kernel RPI In some cases you d want to use kernel bin instead of kernel more on it in next post so second step would look like sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC KERNEL EXTRA INSTALL kernel bin installkernel cp src FreeBSD nfs rpi boot kernel kernel bin src FreeBSD tftpboot kernel RPI bin And if you re going to use ubldr there is no need to

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=306&replytocom=1750 (2016-02-01)
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  • Netbooting ARM/MIPS devices: server setup | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    keep everything there and my TFTP server root is src FreeBSD tftpboot TFTP server is standard FreeBSD s one and config line in inetd conf 8 looks like tftp dgram udp wait root usr libexec tftpd tftpd l s src FreeBSD tftpboot inted should be enabled in rc conf 5 inetd enable YES NFS Server NFS server is not just one daemon but several services combined So rc conf 5 part of config looks like this rpcbind enable YES rpc statd enable YES rpc lockd enable YES nfs server enable YES mountd enable YES Filesystems that are exported via NFS listed in exports 5 Mine contains following Mind mount points obj and nfs are different usr ports maproot 0 network 192 168 10 0 16 src FreeBSD head src FreeBSD nfs rpi src FreeBSD nfs armv6 src FreeBSD nfs am335x maproot 0 network 192 168 10 0 16 Note that you can join several directories into one line only if they belong to the same mount point NAT If you re planning on building ports on the device you ll need internet access on it All my devices are restricted to one LAN with laptop acting as a gateway I use pf 4 for NATing Config etc pf conf 5 ext if em0 rede 192 168 0 0 16 nat on ext if from rede to any ext if and rc conf 5 gateway enable YES pf enable YES pf rules etc pf conf pf flags Kernel config FreeBSD kernel should be properly configured in order to be suitable for mounting root over NFS options NFSCL options NFSCLIENT NFS v3 options NFS ROOT options BOOTP NFSROOT options BOOTP COMPAT options BOOTP options BOOTP NFSV3 options BOOTP WIRED TO ue0 BOOTP WIRED TO value is SoC specific If you do not have full control over your DHCP server e g it s cable modem and can t specify root path root opts you still can hardcode root location by removing BOOTP NFSROOT and adding options ROOTDEVNAME nfs 192 168 10 src FreeBSD nfs rpi Installation Depending on your boot sequence installation consists of one or two steps Normal system installation e g sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC installworld sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC distribution And installing kernel copying kernel to tftpboot directory sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC installkernel cp src FreeBSD nfs rpi boot kernel kernel src FreeBSD tftpboot kernel RPI In some cases you d want to use kernel bin instead of kernel more on it in next post so second step would look like sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC KERNEL EXTRA INSTALL kernel bin installkernel cp src FreeBSD nfs rpi boot kernel kernel bin src FreeBSD tftpboot kernel RPI bin And if you re going to use ubldr there is no need to

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=306&replytocom=1757 (2016-02-01)
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  • Netbooting ARM/MIPS devices: server setup | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    everything there and my TFTP server root is src FreeBSD tftpboot TFTP server is standard FreeBSD s one and config line in inetd conf 8 looks like tftp dgram udp wait root usr libexec tftpd tftpd l s src FreeBSD tftpboot inted should be enabled in rc conf 5 inetd enable YES NFS Server NFS server is not just one daemon but several services combined So rc conf 5 part of config looks like this rpcbind enable YES rpc statd enable YES rpc lockd enable YES nfs server enable YES mountd enable YES Filesystems that are exported via NFS listed in exports 5 Mine contains following Mind mount points obj and nfs are different usr ports maproot 0 network 192 168 10 0 16 src FreeBSD head src FreeBSD nfs rpi src FreeBSD nfs armv6 src FreeBSD nfs am335x maproot 0 network 192 168 10 0 16 Note that you can join several directories into one line only if they belong to the same mount point NAT If you re planning on building ports on the device you ll need internet access on it All my devices are restricted to one LAN with laptop acting as a gateway I use pf 4 for NATing Config etc pf conf 5 ext if em0 rede 192 168 0 0 16 nat on ext if from rede to any ext if and rc conf 5 gateway enable YES pf enable YES pf rules etc pf conf pf flags Kernel config FreeBSD kernel should be properly configured in order to be suitable for mounting root over NFS options NFSCL options NFSCLIENT NFS v3 options NFS ROOT options BOOTP NFSROOT options BOOTP COMPAT options BOOTP options BOOTP NFSV3 options BOOTP WIRED TO ue0 BOOTP WIRED TO value is SoC specific If you do not have full control over your DHCP server e g it s cable modem and can t specify root path root opts you still can hardcode root location by removing BOOTP NFSROOT and adding options ROOTDEVNAME nfs 192 168 10 src FreeBSD nfs rpi Installation Depending on your boot sequence installation consists of one or two steps Normal system installation e g sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC installworld sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC distribution And installing kernel copying kernel to tftpboot directory sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC installkernel cp src FreeBSD nfs rpi boot kernel kernel src FreeBSD tftpboot kernel RPI In some cases you d want to use kernel bin instead of kernel more on it in next post so second step would look like sudo E make TARGET ARCH armv6 DESTDIR src FreeBSD nfs rpi DDB FROM SRC KERNEL EXTRA INSTALL kernel bin installkernel cp src FreeBSD nfs rpi boot kernel kernel bin src FreeBSD tftpboot kernel RPI bin And if you re going to use ubldr there is no need to copy

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=306&replytocom=2044 (2016-02-01)
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  • VCHIQ drivers work again | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    watching H 264 video playing on Raspberry Pi in hello video demo Network throughput still sucks so I had to copy file to tmpfs partition in order to get smooth playback though If you want to test VCHIQ in addition to sources you ll need latest firmware files For demos you ll also have to install freetype2 and manually hack Makefile include in hello pi I m planning to create ports packages for both drivers and userland some time next week On the related note Aleksandr Rybalko got XOrg working on Efika MX Smartbook so FreeBSD Pi will get graphic interface soon In ARM FreeBSD Raspberry Pi gonzo Posts Website Packages for Rasberry Building image for Raspberry 7 responses to VCHIQ drivers work again ezyclie January 13 2013 at 11 19 pm Is this the one http freshbsd org commit freebsd r245389 Reply Aleksandr Rybalko January 14 2013 at 4 47 pm Why it will It already have Commit which ezyclie points to close difference between my driver for Efika MX Smartbook and RPi so now anyone may follow my blog post and compile and run Xorg on RPi too Thanks Reply Ivan Voras January 27 2013 at 4 56 pm Hello Can someone make an updated image for FreeBSD pi with these latest developments VCHIQ X Org packets Reply ezyclie January 31 2013 at 4 14 am You can download it here http snakeorladder com rpi dma kernel tar gz Reply vk February 1 2013 at 3 59 am Hi Gonzo i saw some files on https github com raspberrypi firmware tree master boot Which files should I use to boot FreeBSD Reply gonzo February 1 2013 at 5 01 pm I ve just posted update instruction Updated u boot package with new firmware files http people freebsd org

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=271&replytocom=1414 (2016-02-01)
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  • VCHIQ drivers work again | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    H 264 video playing on Raspberry Pi in hello video demo Network throughput still sucks so I had to copy file to tmpfs partition in order to get smooth playback though If you want to test VCHIQ in addition to sources you ll need latest firmware files For demos you ll also have to install freetype2 and manually hack Makefile include in hello pi I m planning to create ports packages for both drivers and userland some time next week On the related note Aleksandr Rybalko got XOrg working on Efika MX Smartbook so FreeBSD Pi will get graphic interface soon In ARM FreeBSD Raspberry Pi gonzo Posts Website Packages for Rasberry Building image for Raspberry 7 responses to VCHIQ drivers work again ezyclie January 13 2013 at 11 19 pm Is this the one http freshbsd org commit freebsd r245389 Reply Aleksandr Rybalko January 14 2013 at 4 47 pm Why it will It already have Commit which ezyclie points to close difference between my driver for Efika MX Smartbook and RPi so now anyone may follow my blog post and compile and run Xorg on RPi too Thanks Reply Ivan Voras January 27 2013 at 4 56 pm Hello Can someone make an updated image for FreeBSD pi with these latest developments VCHIQ X Org packets Reply ezyclie January 31 2013 at 4 14 am You can download it here http snakeorladder com rpi dma kernel tar gz Reply vk February 1 2013 at 3 59 am Hi Gonzo i saw some files on https github com raspberrypi firmware tree master boot Which files should I use to boot FreeBSD Reply gonzo February 1 2013 at 5 01 pm I ve just posted update instruction Updated u boot package with new firmware files http people freebsd org gonzo

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=271&replytocom=1433 (2016-02-01)
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  • VCHIQ drivers work again | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    H 264 video playing on Raspberry Pi in hello video demo Network throughput still sucks so I had to copy file to tmpfs partition in order to get smooth playback though If you want to test VCHIQ in addition to sources you ll need latest firmware files For demos you ll also have to install freetype2 and manually hack Makefile include in hello pi I m planning to create ports packages for both drivers and userland some time next week On the related note Aleksandr Rybalko got XOrg working on Efika MX Smartbook so FreeBSD Pi will get graphic interface soon In ARM FreeBSD Raspberry Pi gonzo Posts Website Packages for Rasberry Building image for Raspberry 7 responses to VCHIQ drivers work again ezyclie January 13 2013 at 11 19 pm Is this the one http freshbsd org commit freebsd r245389 Reply Aleksandr Rybalko January 14 2013 at 4 47 pm Why it will It already have Commit which ezyclie points to close difference between my driver for Efika MX Smartbook and RPi so now anyone may follow my blog post and compile and run Xorg on RPi too Thanks Reply Ivan Voras January 27 2013 at 4 56 pm Hello Can someone make an updated image for FreeBSD pi with these latest developments VCHIQ X Org packets Reply ezyclie January 31 2013 at 4 14 am You can download it here http snakeorladder com rpi dma kernel tar gz Reply vk February 1 2013 at 3 59 am Hi Gonzo i saw some files on https github com raspberrypi firmware tree master boot Which files should I use to boot FreeBSD Reply gonzo February 1 2013 at 5 01 pm I ve just posted update instruction Updated u boot package with new firmware files http people freebsd org gonzo

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=271&replytocom=1510 (2016-02-01)
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  • VCHIQ drivers work again | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    watching H 264 video playing on Raspberry Pi in hello video demo Network throughput still sucks so I had to copy file to tmpfs partition in order to get smooth playback though If you want to test VCHIQ in addition to sources you ll need latest firmware files For demos you ll also have to install freetype2 and manually hack Makefile include in hello pi I m planning to create ports packages for both drivers and userland some time next week On the related note Aleksandr Rybalko got XOrg working on Efika MX Smartbook so FreeBSD Pi will get graphic interface soon In ARM FreeBSD Raspberry Pi gonzo Posts Website Packages for Rasberry Building image for Raspberry 7 responses to VCHIQ drivers work again ezyclie January 13 2013 at 11 19 pm Is this the one http freshbsd org commit freebsd r245389 Reply Aleksandr Rybalko January 14 2013 at 4 47 pm Why it will It already have Commit which ezyclie points to close difference between my driver for Efika MX Smartbook and RPi so now anyone may follow my blog post and compile and run Xorg on RPi too Thanks Reply Ivan Voras January 27 2013 at 4 56 pm Hello Can someone make an updated image for FreeBSD pi with these latest developments VCHIQ X Org packets Reply ezyclie January 31 2013 at 4 14 am You can download it here http snakeorladder com rpi dma kernel tar gz Reply vk February 1 2013 at 3 59 am Hi Gonzo i saw some files on https github com raspberrypi firmware tree master boot Which files should I use to boot FreeBSD Reply gonzo February 1 2013 at 5 01 pm I ve just posted update instruction Updated u boot package with new firmware files http people freebsd org

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=271&replytocom=1523 (2016-02-01)
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