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Bug#47225: marked as done (MVME162FX Rescue Disc Boot fails)



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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.1

(see also bug 45694 -- same system different attempt)

MVME162 Rescue Disk created via rawrite from Debian GNU/Linus Release
2.1 M68K CDROM.  Following is result of boot attempt ...

162-Bug>bo 0 50
Booting from: VME162, Controller 0, Drive 50
Loading: Operating System

Volume: $00021000

IPL loaded at: $00020000

Exception: Access Fault (Local Off Board)
PC =00016002 SR =2704
Format/Vector =7008
SSW =0105 Fault Address =FFFFFFFF Effective Address =00020FFC
PC   =00016002 SR   =2704=TR:OFF_S._7_..Z.
VBR  =00000000 USP  =00010000 MSP  =00010000 ISP* =00020FF8
SFC  =1=UD     DFC  =1=UD     CACR =00000000=D:._I:.
D0   =00000050 D1   =00000000 D2   =00000000 D3   =00000000
D4   =49504C2C D5   =00000000 D6   =00000000 D7   =00000000
A0   =FFF47000 A1   =000200C0 A2   =00000000 A3   =00000000
A4   =00000000 A5   =00000000 A6   =00000000 A7   =00020FF8
00016002 3331FFFF FFFFFFFF \
         FFFFFFFF          MOVE.W      ([-$1.L,ZA1],ZA7.L*8,-$1.L),-(A1)
162-Bug>
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From: "Nick Holgate" <holgate@debian.org>
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----- Original Message -----
From: Dennen Bill-G15128 <bill_dennen@mcg.mot.com>
To: 'Nick Holgate' <holgate@debian.org>
Sent: 19 October 1999 16:40
Subject: RE: Bug#47225: MVME162FX Rescue Disc Boot fails


> Well well well - yet another feature of our boards that I wasn't aware of
> ...
>
> Now that's fixed and working I find that fdisk doesn't recognize the
system
> I'm working on; appears from poking around that vme cards, as opposed to
> macs and amigas and their ilk, have to use an NFS file system.  For my
> purposes that's ndg but I'll see if I can get around it by first building
on
> an NFS partition then rebuilding on the local disk.
>
> Thanks for you help
> Regards
> >@<
> Bill Dennen bowtie@mclean.mcd.mot.com
> <mailto:bowtie@mclean.mcd.mot.com> | We have met the
> District Systems Engineer (703) 714-0707 |
> enemy & they is us
> Motorola Computer Group (703) 714-0714  (FAX) | Pogo
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nick Holgate [mailto:holgate@debian.org]
> Sent: Friday, October 15, 1999 3:59 AM
> To: Dennen Bill-G15128; 45694@bugs.debian.org;
> 47225@bugs.debian.org
> Subject: RE: Bug#47225: MVME162FX Rescue Disc Boot
> fails
>
>
> Bill,
>
> > I figured the boot disk was not according to Hoyle when I
> read
> > more of your previous Email.  Had a chance to fiddle
> around last night and
> > I'm suspecting  the boot process.  The image on the CD,
> the image at the
> > debian server, and the image on the floppy are all
> identical.  SCSI
> floppies
> > have always been weird on these machines and I suspect
> that is where my
> > grief -- the format is not right.  I've been creating the
> floppies on my
> PC
> > and/or a PowerStack running AIX.  Identical results.
> Grumble grumble
> >
> > Regarding 45694, I understand what you're saying its just
> I haven't a clue
> > how to adjust the workspace without recompiling Bug
> source.  You mentioned
> > you had a 167 set appropriately.  Could you send the env
> settings
> > from it -- perhaps I can glean it from there.  Boards I've
> been using have
> > been set to factory defaults.
>
> The address of the Bug workspace RAM is configured with a
> jumper refer to:
> http://www.mcg.mot.com/literature/PDFLibrary/PDF/162bug.pdf
> page 1-7 for
> more info.
>
>
> Nick
>
> ---------------------------------------------
> Nick Holgate <holgate@debian.org>
> PGP key from public servers : Key ID DF3E8223
>
>


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