Re: Debian Install Problem
Napisane 12-Gru-99 przez: Robert Craig...
>I am having a problem installing Debian-68k, ver. 2.1, that you folks might
>be able to help me with.
>I have an Amiga 1200 with an Apollo 1230 (Wildfire132) acellerator card.
>The card has 32 Mb. of RAM, a FPU and MMU. The Amiga has version 3.1 of
>Now the problem. When I try to install Debian 2.1 I get the following error
>message and dump:
>***COPROCESSOR PROTOCOL VIOLATION*** FORMAT=9
>current process id is 1
>BAD KERNEL TRAP:00000000
I must say that it looks very similar to the problem I have with a GVP G-force
030/50 (of course full 68030 with MMU and 68882 as FPU). The machine runs rock
solid stabel both with AmigaOS and NetBSD. Whenever I try to install debian
(haven't tested any other dist as it seems to be a kernel related problem),
sooner or later I come to the point that the kernel goes unstable and usually
deadends with ***COPROCESSOR PROTOCOL VIOLATION***...
Since I think it is a kernel related problem I tried to compile my own kernel
on my A4000 that is able to run linux without that problems. Nevertheless none
of the kernel sources I tried (up to 2.2.13 AFAIR) didn't compile :-( ending
sooner or later (depending on the configuration) with too many errors...
Any clues about that both things?
1. Coprocessor proto...
2. Compiling the kernel
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