Hello,

On 04.02.2018 05:34, Kathe wrote:
i am at the first-boot via netbsd 7.1.1 using thumbdrive.
i tried the "without acpi" option and the boot moved further than before.
but, barfed again at "root device" (i think based on my limited recollection).



Just one guess: I have experienced a similiar issue when installing NetBSD to a pretty modern Intel NUC device. In my case the root cause was that the device exclusively has a XHCI (USB 3.0) controller, but no UHCI / EHCI. As NetBSD 7.x only offers support for UHCI / EHCI, the USB 3.0 controller was not recognized at all and rendering the kernel unable to find a device where to look for the root filesystem. The reason why the kernel is still loaded from the USB 3.0 is that the bootloader is probably using some BIOS / CSM compatibility stuff.

Could you try NetBSD 8.0 Beta[1] on the same device? The amd64 build has XHCI enabled by default and this worked for my case.

Kind regards,
Matthias

[1] http://daily-builds.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD-daily/netbsd-8/

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