netbsd kernel boot output

Gregory Nowak
Sat Oct 23 13:58:21 MST 2004

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Hi all.

As promised, below is the boot output from the bn I have, starting
with running hpcboot, and ending with the reboot messages. You'll
notice that I rebooted manually, instead of doing so from sysinst. I
guess I just wanted to show that I do get to a command prompt
(smile). You'll also notice that hyperterminal (which is what I used,
due to the ease of copy/paste in windows) is unfortunately not vt-100
compliant. Enjoy.


- --------HPCBOOT--------
sysinfo.dwPageSize = 1024
MemoryManager: LockPages
FileManager: FAT
[0] 0x80000000 size 0x04000000
Windows CE 2.12
wProcessorArchitecture      0x1
dwPageSize                  0x400
dwAllocationGranularity     0x00010000
dwProcessorType             0xfa0
wProcessorLevel             0x4
wProcessorRevision          0xc60
Display: 320x200 2bpp
open file "\Storage Card\freesoft.gz"(2654826 byte).
Loader: ELF
file size: +0x746b10 = 0x746c00 byte
address translation table 7616 pages.(60928 byte)
allocated 7616 page. mapped 7616 page.
2nd bootloader vaddr=0x0080fc00 paddr=0x00ae3000
2nd bootloader copy done.
[1] vaddr 0x80001000 file size 0x746b10 mem size 0x7b7d90
        ->load 0x80001000+0x007b7d90=0x807b8d90 ofs=0x00001000+0x746b10
[zero clear] ->0x80747b10+0x00071280=0x807b8d90
load link 7570 zero clear link 1.
kernel entry address: 0x80001000
framebuffer: 320x200 type=2 linebytes=0 addr=0x00000000
console = 2
jump to 0x80ae3000 (info=0x80ae2c00, pvec=0x80354c00)
mem_cluster_cnt = 2
mem_clusters[0] = {0x0,0x7bb000}
mem_clusters[1] = {0x7bb000,0x845000}
loading 0x7bb000,0x845000
Copyright (c) 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
    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 2.0G (RAMDISK) #0: Fri Oct 22 10:09:30 CDT 2004
        greg at netbsd.lan.lan:/usr/obj/sys/arch/hpcmips/compile/RAMDISK
CASIO Cassiopeia E105 (NEC VR4121 rev1.2 131.072MHz)
total memory = 16384 KB
total memory banks = 2
memory bank 0 = 0x00000000 7916KB(0x007bb000)
memory bank 1 = 0x007bb000 8468KB(0x00845000)
avail memory = 7964 KB
mainbus0 (root)
cpu0 at mainbus0: NEC VR4100 CPU (0xc60) Rev. 6.0 with software emulated floatin
g point
cpu0: 16KB/16B direct-mapped L1 Instruction cache, 32 TLB entries
cpu0: 8KB/16B direct-mapped write-back L1 Data cache
vr4102ip0 at mainbus0
vrbcu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000000-001f
vrbcu0: CPU 131.072MHz, bus 32.768MHz, ram 32.768MHz
vrcmu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000060-007f
vrgiu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000100-011f
                                             3         2         1
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I/O setting:                                iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
mq200: probe: vendor id=ffdf product id=ffdf
ite8181_probe: vendor id=df9f product id=df9f
vrdmaau0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000020-0037
vrdcu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000040-004b
com0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0c000000-0007: ns16550a, working fifo
com0: console
com0: pwctl 0
vrrtc0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b0000c0-00df
vrkiu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000180-019f
hpckbd0 at vrkiu0: no keymap.
wskbd0 at hpckbd0 mux 1
vrpmu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b0000a0-00bf
vrdsu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b0000e0-00e7
vrled0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000240-024f
vrpiu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000120-013f, 0x0b0002a0-02bf
wsmouse0 at vrpiu0 mux 0
mq200: probe: vendor id=ffff product id=ffff
ite8181_probe: vendor id=df0f product id=df0f
vraiu0 at vr4102ip0 addr 0x0b000160-017f
audio0 at vraiu0: half duplex
vrisab4 at vrgiu0: ISA port 0x1400c000-0x18000000 mem 0x10000000-0x14000000
isa4 at vrisab4
bivideo0 at mainbus0: no frame buffer information.
btnmgr0 at mainbus0
wskbd1 at btnmgr0 mux 1
hpcapm0 at mainbus0: pseudo power management module
apmdev0 at hpcapm0: Power Management spec V1.2
md0: internal 4352 KB image area
boot device: <unknown>
root on md0a dumps on md0b
root file system type: ffs
erase ^?, werase ^W, kill ^U, intr ^C

                ³vrpiu:AD: 0, 13, 13ssages in English         ³

 Welcome to sysinst, the NetBSD-2.0G system installation tool.  This
 menu-driven tool is designed to help you install NetBSD to a hard disk, or
 upgrade an existing NetBSD system, with a minimum of work.
 In the following menus type the reference letter (a, b, c, ...) to select an
 item, or type CTRL+N/CTRL+P to select the next/previous item.
 The arrow keys and Page-up/Page-down may also work.
 Activate the current selection from the menu by typing the enter key.
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 If you booted from a floppy, you may now remove the disk.

 Thank you for using NetBSD!

               ³ NetBSD-2.0G Install System                    ³
               ³                                               ³
               ³ a: Install NetBSD to hard disk                ³
 a: No         ³ b: Upgrade NetBSD on a hard disk              ³
               ³ c: Re-install sets or install additional sets ³
               ³ d: Reboot the computer                        ³
               ³ e: Utility menu                               ³
               ³>x: Exit Install System                        ³
# reboot
rebooted by rootvrpiu:AD: 0, 18, 38
kloader: kernel file name: /mnt/netbsd
kloader: namei failed (/mnt/netbsd)
syncing disks... done
kloader: Reseting...

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