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  • rump zfs solaris
    engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki users haad rump zfs solaris Some public trash bin 08 23 oh actually for non autoload you need to do the symbol renaming 08 25 so if we assume we have kernfs kmod 08 25 make RUMP SYMREN kernfs kmod f sys rump Makefile rump 08 25 and then you can compile a server 08 25 cc simpleserver c kernfs kmod lrumpvfs lrump lrumpuser lpthread 08 25 and kernfs shows up in modstat 08 25 pain rustique 2 rump modstat 08 25 NAME CLASS SOURCE REFS SIZE REQUIRES 08 25 kernfs vfs builtin 0 08 26 this make RUMP SYMREN kernfs kmod f sys rump Makefile rump will be executed where in kernfs module dir 08 27 no don t do that since it renames the symbols in the binary 08 27 so you won t be able to use it as a regular kernel module anymore 08 27 autoload does this in memory see librump rumpkern kobj rename c 08 28 but if you want to link stuff into a binary you need to give the renamed file to the linker 08 28 since the linker doesn t

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/haad/rump_zfs_solaris/ (2016-02-01)
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  • todo
    NetBSD Short time goals Fix disk and pseudo disk ioctl calls used to get informations about disk partitions dm device driver rump port DONE update lvm2tools to newer version DONE update zfs code to newer version Modular improvements Change way how vnodes are reclaimed to make our vfs much cleaner Work in progress VN RELE ASYNC fix for NetBSD Work in progress Mid time goals Port crash 8 to other

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/haad/todo/ (2016-02-01)
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  • hubertf
    Wiki Support Problem report guide Report a bug Query bug database Security Community Blogs Mailing lists List archives Developers Browse source Cross reference Release engineering Projects list Ports History Emulators Packages Browse packages Release engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki users hubertf Dr Hubert hubertf Feyrer Visit my real homepage or check out my NetBSD blog More information is available on request Add a comment

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/hubertf/ (2016-02-01)
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  • imil
    Manual pages Wiki Support Problem report guide Report a bug Query bug database Security Community Blogs Mailing lists List archives Developers Browse source Cross reference Release engineering Projects list Ports History Emulators Packages Browse packages Release engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki users imil iMil s wiki n o corner Link to my homepage The one and famous pkgin NetBSD cheat sheet Add a comment

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/imil/ (2016-02-01)
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  • cheatsheet
    0 0 0 8 192 168 0 254 Specify a media type for a NIC cat etc ifconfig re0 media 100baseTX up dhcpcd int Add an IPv6 address to a NIC cat etc ifconfig re0 media 100baseTX up dhcpcd int inet6 2001 dead beef 1 1 prefixlen 64 Very basic pf rules for NAT and firewalling cat etc pf conf ext if sip0 int if re0 nat on ext if from ext if ext if 0 allow outgoing traffic S A is implied pass out on ext if block all incoming traffic block in log on ext if Setup WPA WiFi client wpa passphrase WPA WiFi SSID my strong passphrase etc wpa supplicant conf grep wpa etc rc conf wpa supplicant YES wpa supplicant flags B iath0 c etc wpa supplicant conf etc rc d wpa supplicant start Upgrade the system with binaries cp netbsd netbsd old tar zxvfp kern MONOLITHIC tgz C sync sync shutdown r now for i in base comp games man misc modules tests text xbase xcomp xetc xfont xserver do tar zxvfp i tgz C done mkdir tmp temproot tar zxvfp etc tgz C tmp temproot postinstall s tmp temproot check copy postinstall s requirements etcupdate s tmp temproot shutdown r now Upgrade the system with sources Build the userland cd usr src build sh O obj T tools j jobs U distribution Build the kernel cd usr src build sh O obj T tools j jobs kernel YOUR KERNEL Install the new kernel cd usr src cp netbsd netbsd old cp usr obj sys arch YOUR ARCH compile YOUR KERNEL netbsd shutdown r now cd usr src build sh O obj T tools U install usr sbin etcupdate s usr src Adobe Flash echo procfs emul linux proc procfs ro linux etc fstab mount

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/imil/cheatsheet/ (2016-02-01)
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  • jakllsch
    History Emulators Packages Browse packages Release engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki users jakllsch Jonathan Kollasch ddb 4 tips locating a softc This locates a device s softc using it s cfdriver t e g mainbus cd cpu cd and its device unit e g the 0 in mainbus0 db 0 call device lookup private ohci cd 0 0xffff800045fb2008 locating structure members This uses gdb 1 and a kernel with debugging symbols to find the offset to a element in a structure gdb netbsd gdb gdb print struct ohci softc 0 iot 3 bus space tag t 0x478 gdb print struct ohci softc 0 ioh 4 bus space handle t 0x480 peeking at mapped registers db 0 call bus space read 4 ffff800045fb2008 478 ffff800045fb2008 480 0 0x110 Unfinished Projects x86 UEFI kernel loader Needs more work and cleanup Work has been done using the OVMF BIOS images for Qemu bcm47xx for evbmips Boots multiuser on NFS root needs more work and cleanup This project is on hold until there s a miniature userland that fits in 4 8MiB flash storage devices on a flash oriented file system bce 4 and bwi 4 would need

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/jakllsch/ (2016-02-01)
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  • gptboot
    Community Blogs Mailing lists List archives Developers Browse source Cross reference Release engineering Projects list Ports History Emulators Packages Browse packages Release engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki users jakllsch gptboot gptboot tutorial gpt create wd0 gpt add b 64 s 2097152 wd0 dkctl wd0 addwedge wd0 1 64 2097152 ffs newfs O2 dk0 installboot dev rdk0 usr mdec bootxx ffsv2 gpt biosboot dk0 mount

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/jakllsch/gptboot/ (2016-02-01)
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  • jdf
    generic operating system leaving almost all choices up to the user While some consider this a strength and it definitely is for people who know what they re doing it s an obstacle for people who then have to setup everything by hand Creating a NetBSD flavoured distribution shouldn t be much work and require just minor sysinst modifications It shouldn t be much work to just package distribution sets that already include a list of packages it installs and several preconfigured configuration files maybe also some additional wrapper scripts On the other hand you could also add some package calls to sysinst and just provide a list of packages you consider necessary My original attempt was to create a range of distributions for different purposes i e one for developers one for graphic designers one for servers etc I don t know if this is the right way esp since some of the applications are very specific You cannot really provide a sane server default installation except for some basic things like installing a vim but that s all My current idea is to provide just one maybe named NetBSD flavoured with at least the following tools on board vim pkgin git fossil subversion some other important VCSes light desktop i e LXDE screen tmux is in base some sane X terminal emulators a browser Firefox a mailer Thunderbird Claws mail emacs maybe too large perl python mplayer when it s possible to pack it up pdf viewer preconfigured bozohttpd running on localhost showing documentation NetBSD documentation In this post I shared some ideas about what to do with documentation Though much of it was proven not practical by the replies I still have one idea Unify documentation of NetBSD and provide it all on a NetBSD system The first step is to merge as much content as possible into the NetBSD wiki Currently the NetBSD documentation is very diverse in its distribution form Then the Google Code In produced some nice results including a CGI for a small markdown wiki to browse the wiki if it was offline and maybe even a terminal markdown browser Finally ship these two in a pkgsrc package or even with base and provide a small script which regularly updates the documentation NetBSD website Currently the NetBSD website is written in HTML and Docbook and requires many tools to be edited and committed The final goal should be to have just a small homepage with a bit important information but all the essential technical information should be in the wiki There s also a separate page for this htdocs migration Though the plan is currently to migrate all contents to the wiki I don t think this is the way to go A wiki just doesn t leave a good impression NetBSD community and marketing Just some thoughts I think NetBSD has a very bad way of making technical ecisions which are counterproductive from a marketing point of view or just are not

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/jdf/ (2016-02-01)
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