cvs commit: src/etc/mtree BSD.include.dist src/include Makefile src/share/man/man4/man4.powerpc Makefile powermac_nvram.4 src/sys/dev/powermac_nvram powermac_nvram.c powermac_nvramvar.h src/sys/modules Makefile src/sys/modules/powermac_nvram Makefile ...

Maxim Sobolev sobomax at
Sun Aug 6 19:28:42 UTC 2006

Gavin Atkinson wrote:
> On Tue, 1 Aug 2006, Maxim Sobolev wrote:
>> sobomax     2006-08-01 22:19:01 UTC
>>  Modified files:
>>    etc/mtree            BSD.include.dist
>>    include              Makefile
>>    sys/modules          Makefile
>>    usr.sbin             Makefile
>>    sys/conf             files.powerpc
>>    sys/powerpc/conf     GENERIC
>>  Added files:
>>    share/man/man4/man4.powerpc powermac_nvram.4 Makefile
>>    sys/dev/powermac_nvram powermac_nvram.c powermac_nvramvar.h
>>    sys/modules/powermac_nvram Makefile
>>    usr.sbin/nvram       Makefile nvram.8 nvram.c
>>  Log:
>>  Add device to access and modify Open Firmware NVRAM settings in
>>  PowerPC-based Apple's machines and small utility to do it from
>>  userland modelled after the similar utility in Darwin/OSX.
> Hmm, we already have eeprom(8) on sparc64 to modify the OpenFirmware 
> NVRAM settings on that platform.  Is there no way that can be extended, 
> rather than providing a different userland application to do it on each 
> platform?

Yes, I've looked into it, but the way it works is completely different. 
Therefore, there is no much sense in integrating it into the single 


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