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  • inststorcenter
    00141b98 PICR2 is now 00040605 AMBOR is now c1 DRAM 64 MB FLASH 8 MB In serial Out serial Err serial Net PCI device RTL8169 0 unknown chip version assuming RTL 8169 PCI device TxConfig 0x0 RTL8169 0 Hit any key to stop autoboot 0 altboot The altboot 8 utility functions as a bridge between the Iomega firmware and the NetBSD kernel startup environment NAS firmware often provides no means to boot a kernel from disk or from the network and doesn t initialize all hardware correctly We will also use it to pass a bootinfo list to the kernel The altboot boot loader has to be loaded and started using U Boot Usually there are three ways to invoke it loadb to load a binary file via serial line in kermit mode tftpboot to load a binary file over the network with TFTP protocol start it from the flash memory The last option is prefered once the installation is completed but obviously it is not possible for the first time boot Fortunately U Boot has set up the network interface which we can use after configuring the ipaddr and serverip environment variables IOMEGA setenv ipaddr 192 168 0 105 IOMEGA setenv serverip 192 168 0 5 IOMEGA saveenv Saving Environment to Flash Un Protected 1 sectors Erasing Flash done Erased 1 sectors Writing to Flash done Protected 1 sectors Once you have set up TFTP and DHCP read below you can download altboot like this IOMEGA tftp 1000000 altboot bin TFTP from server 192 168 0 5 our IP address is 192 168 0 105 Filename altboot bin Load address 0x1000000 Loading done Bytes transferred 74732 123ec hex Boot the INSTALL kernel with altboot Now you can use altboot to launch the netbsd INSTALL kernel for installing NetBSD You may choose to load it with TFTP or from NFS For TFTP you have to enable tftpd 8 in etc inetd conf and for NFS there is a documentation at The Network File System But in both cases you have to set up a DHCP server which is explained in the DHCP Howto An appropriate dhcpd conf entry could look like this host storcenter hardware ethernet 00 d0 b8 xx xx xx fixed address 192 168 0 105 next server 192 168 0 5 option root path export storcenter root The root path option is only needed when using NFS and should match your exported NFS directory Uncompress netbsd INSTALL gz from the NetBSD sandpoint distribution and copy it into the NFS or TFTP directory Then start the DHCP NFS or TFTP server and boot the installation kernel from the firmware either with IOMEGA go 1000000 tftp netbsd INSTALL or from NFS IOMEGA go 1000000 nfs netbsd INSTALL Our bootloader configures the hardware determines the IP address loads the kernel via network and launches it Starting application at 0x01000000 NetBSD sandpoint altboot revision 1 8 Wed Nov 23 21 51 40 CET 2011 IOMEGA StorCenter G2 cpu 200 MHz bus

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/sandpoint/inststorcenter/ (2016-02-01)
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  • instsynology
    to provide the following commands to kermit set line dev tty00 set speed 115200 set carrier watch off set flow control none robust set file type bin For convenience you can write them into a file which you can pass as an argument to kermit Load altboot into memory using Kermit protocol The binary is relocated at 0x1000000 so type MPC824X loadb 1000000 Ready for binary kermit download Now quit your terminal program and launch kermit cmdfile When you are already running kermit enter the command mode by typing CTRL followed by C Then send altboot bin Reconnect when the transfer is finished C Kermit 8 0 211 10 Apr 2004 for NetBSD 1 6 Copyright C 1985 2004 Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York Type or HELP for help tmp C Kermit send path to altboot bin Boot the INSTALL kernel with altboot Now you can use altboot to launch the netbsd INSTALL kernel for installing NetBSD You may choose to load it with TFTP or from NFS For TFTP you have to enable tftpd 8 in etc inetd conf and for NFS there is a documentation at The Network File System But in both cases you have to set up a DHCP server which is explained in the DHCP Howto An appropriate dhcpd conf entry could look like this host ds101g hardware ethernet 00 11 32 xx xx xx fixed address 192 168 0 101 next server 192 168 0 1 option root path export ds101g root The root path option is only needed when using NFS and should match your exported NFS directory Uncompress netbsd INSTALL gz from the NetBSD sandpoint distribution and copy it into the NFS or TFTP directory Then start the DHCP NFS or TFTP server and boot the installation kernel from the firmware either with MPC824X go 1000000 tftp netbsd INSTALL or from NFS MPC824X go 1000000 nfs netbsd INSTALL Our bootloader configures the hardware determines the IP address loads the kernel via network and launches it Starting application at 0x01000000 NetBSD sandpoint altboot revision 1 5 Fri Feb 18 23 21 15 CET 2011 Synology DS cpu 265 MHz bus 132 MHz 64MB SDRAM channel 0 present wd0 SAMSUNG HD502HI DMA LBA LBA48 476940 MB wd0 no disklabel MAC address 00 11 32 xx xx xx 100Mbps FDX loading netbsd INSTALL 5089380 110916 0x4f5d6c entry 0x00090000 ssym 0x005859a8 esym 0x00585d6c ksyms Symbol table not found ksyms String table not found ksyms Perhaps the kernel is stripped Copyright c 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 The NetBSD Foundation Inc All rights reserved Copyright c 1982 1986 1989 1991 1993 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved NetBSD 5 99 43 INSTALL 5 Mon Jan 10 10 58 12 CET 2011 frank compaq owl de home frank netbsd current src sys arch sandpoint compile obj INSTALL total memory 65536 KB avail memory 58028 KB OpenPIC Version 1

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/sandpoint/instsynology/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/sbmips
    RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki ports NetBSD sbmips About NetBSD sbmips NetBSD sbmips is a port of NetBSD to Broadcom s SiByte Broadband Processor Release Info NetBSD sbmips mipseb 7 0 via FTP NetBSD sbmips mipsel 7 0 via FTP NetBSD sbmips mipseb 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD sbmips mipsel 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD sbmips 6 0 changes NetBSD sbmips 7 0 changes

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/sbmips/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/sgimips
    INSTALL notes NetBSD sgimips 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD sgimips 6 0 changes NetBSD sgimips 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD sgimips mailing list covering NetBSD s port to sgimips machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD sgimips port maintainer Supported Hardware Supported System Models IP6 machines 4D 20 IP10 machines 4D 25 IP12 machines Indigo R3000 4D 30 theoretical untested 4D 35 IP20 machines Indigo R4x00 IP22 machines Indigo2 R4x00 Challenge M IP24 machines Indy R4x00 R5000 Challenge S R4x00 R5000 IP32 machines O2 R5000 RM5200 R10000 R12000 Supported Peripherals On board Z8530 serial interface zsc 4 On board SEEQ 80c03 ethernet interface sq 4 On board WD33C93 SCSI interface wdsc 4 On board HAL2 audio interface haltwo 4 On board AIC7880 wide SCSI interface on O2 ahc 4 On board NS16550 based serial interface on O2 com 4 On board MACE MAC 110 Ethernet on O2 mec 4 On board framebuffer on O2 crmfb On board PS 2 keyboard mouse on O2 macekbc pckbd 4 pms 4 On board Moosehead audio interface on O2 mavb 4 On board framebuffer on Indy newport 4 On board PC style keyboard mouse on Indy pckbc 4 pckbd

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  • sh3
    SH3 chip evaluation boards CqREEK SH3 CQ Publishing 7709A evaluation board Computex T SH7706LAN TAC Inc T SH7706LSR TAC Inc NetBSD evbsh3 SH4 chip evaluation boards KZ SH4 01 Kyoto Micro Computer Co Ltd CqREEK SH4 CQ Publishing same hardware as KMC KZ SH4 01 7750 evaluation board Computex MS104 SH4 AlphaProject Co Ltd NetBSD dreamcast Sega Dreamcast NetBSD hpcsh SH3 SH4 based WinCE machines NetBSD landisk SH4 based NAS appliances Hardware Questions Are there evaluation cards available outside of Japan with non Japanese documents We have listed couple of eval cards we know of If you have any additions please submit them to the mailing list Unfortunately we have information for Japanese evaluation cards only If you are outside of Japan the best place you could contact is your local Hitachi office like Hitachi US Hitachi UK whatever They should have evaluation boards to sell to customers since they would like to sell the SH3 4 chips possibly with localized documents Among Japanese products mmEye and Dreamcast are available outside of Japan Readings Suggested readings Monthly Interface CQ publishing April 2000 issue in Japanese webpage Includes RT Linux Linux sh3 NetBSD sh3 and porting how to UNIX OS for

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/sh3/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/shark
    History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki ports NetBSD shark About NetBSD shark NetBSD shark is a port of NetBSD to StrongARM based Digital DNARD Shark machines Prior to the release of NetBSD 1 6 this port was part of the NetBSD arm32 port Release Info NetBSD shark 7 0 via FTP NetBSD shark 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD shark 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD shark 6 0

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/shark/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/sparc
    exist For frequently asked questions and links to Sun hardware information see the NetBSD sparc FAQ For newer UltraSPARC based machines see NetBSD sparc64 Release Info NetBSD sparc 7 0 via FTP NetBSD sparc 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD sparc 6 0 pre built binary packages from pkgsrc NetBSD sparc 6 0 changes NetBSD sparc 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD sparc mailing list covering NetBSD s port to sparc machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD sparc port maintainer Supported Hardware Note Models marked SMP can have multiple CPUs Sun sun4m machines all known SuperSPARC hyperSPARC microSPARC and TurboSPARC CPUs are supported Sun 4 600 SMP SPARC Classic SPARC LX SPARCstation 4 SPARCstation server 5 SPARCstation server 10 SMP SPARCstation server 20 SMP SPARCstation Voyager See the FAQ regarding PCMCIA support Sun Fox JavaStation 1 a k a Mr Coffee or JavaStation JJ JavaStation NC a k a Krups JavaStation JK or JavaStation 10 Sun4m compatibles including Axil 245 SS5 clone 311 320 SS20 clone Cycle C C Cycle 5 IP DTKstation Classic RDI PowerLite 85 RDI PowerLite 110 RDI BriteLite Ross sparc 20 SS5 170 Transtec TATUNG micro COMPstation 5 Twinhead TWINstation 5G SS5 clone TWS SuperCOMPstation 20S Tadpole SPARCbook 3GS and 3GX Sun sun4c machines SPARCstation server 1 SPARCstation server 1 SPARCstation server 2 Sun ELC Sun IPC Sun IPX Sun SLC Sun4c compatibles including Aries Research Inc Parrot II SS2 clone Opus 5000 SS1 clone Opus 5250 SS1 clone FORCE SPARC CPU1e 4 VME Board SS1 clone NetBSD doesn t support VME boards on this model FORCE SPARC CPU2e 4 VME Board SS2 clone NetBSD doesn t support VME boards on this model Sun sun4 machines Sun 4 100 series Sun 4 200 series Sun 4 300 series Sun 4 400 series Supported Hardware See the

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/sparc/ (2016-02-01)
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  • NetBSD/sparc64
    but this is currently broken compat solaris 8 and the pkgsrc package emulators netbsd32 compat16 Martin Husemann is the maintainer for NetBSD sparc64 Release Info NetBSD sparc64 7 0 via FTP NetBSD sparc64 7 0 INSTALL notes NetBSD sparc64 6 0 changes NetBSD sparc64 7 0 changes Mailing List The NetBSD sparc64 mailing list covering NetBSD s port to sparc64 machine subscribe archive Mail the NetBSD sparc64 port maintainer Supported Hardware Clones based on any of these systems should also work Sbus based UltraSPARC I or II systems Ultra 1 family Ultra 1 Ultra 1 Creator Ultra 1 Creator 3D Netra i 150 Netra nfs 150 Enterprise 1 Enterprise 150 Ultra 2 family Ultra 2 Ultra 2 Creator Ultra 2 Creator 3D Enterprise 2 Enterprise 3000 3500 4000 4500 500x 5500 600x 6500 10000 PCI based UltraSPARC II IIi IIe III or IIIi systems Ultra 5 10 family Ultra 5 Ultra 10 Enterprise 5 Enterprise 10 Ultra 30 family Ultra 30 Netra T 1100 Ultra 60 family Ultra 60 E220R Netra T 1120 and T 1125 Ultra 80 family Ultra 80 E420R Netra T 1400 and T 1405 Ultra 250 family Enterprise 250 and E250R Ultra 450 family Ultra 450 Enterprise 450 Netra ft 1800 SunBlade 100 and 150 SPARCengine CP1400 or SPARCengine CP1500 system boards Netra T1 models 100 and 105 CT400 CT800 CT1600 SPARCengine Ultra AXi family Netra X1 Fire v100 Fire v120 Netra 120 Netra AC 200 Netra DC 200 SPARCengine Ultra AXe system board SunBlade 1000 and 2000 SunBlade 1500 2500 Red and Silver Ultra 25 and 45 Sun Fire v125 v210 v215 v240 v245 v250 v440 v445 v480 All on board and most optional Sun brand framebuffers text console on all framebuffers X server support for on board and sbus cgsix X server support for

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/sparc64/ (2016-02-01)
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