On Thu, 27 Feb 2003, Juli Mallett wrote:

> * De: Poul-Henning Kamp <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [ Data: 2003-02-27 ]
>       [ Subjecte: Any ideas why we can't even boot a i386 ? ]
> >     Yup.  386dx - 33Mhz.  Results below:
> >
> >     Loaded kern.flp, mfsroot.flp, prompted for boot, then core dumped
> > as follows:
> Was this normal release?  I thought I recalled a convo resulting in
> the decision that 386 would require special release bits?

        Yes, it was from release floppies written a couple of weeks ago.
In fairness, it might not like my scsi host adapter (Adaptec 1542CF).  Or
there may be an issue with the size of the drive (HP C2490 - 2 GB).  The
bios only supports one controller so fitting enough IDE drives for src,
obj, usr and swap wasn't an option.


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