5.3 cd installation panic
tikho at anor.net
Sun Jan 9 08:36:08 PST 2005
Fine, I will have the network card removed, but it will take time since
the server is in another country. I will also upgrade the PROM.
I will continue this thread when it's done.
By the way, I tried to install OpenBSD and the PCI network card doesn't
work : while the kernel recognizes it as hme1, using it produces timeout
errors. But under Solaris 8 it runs fine. I didn't try NetBSD.
Thank you for the references for upgrading the PROM.
Another question about the PROM, at least what version of the firmware
FreeBSD (and OpenBSD) need to work correctly on a Ultra workstation ?
All I get through a google research is that old firmwares will not work.
Mine is 3.11, which isn't the oldest, nor the newest.
Marius Strobl wrote:
>On Sun, Jan 09, 2005 at 10:17:18PM +0800, Cyril Tikhomiroff wrote:
>>Thank you for your reply.
>>Here it is:
>>ok cd /pci at 1f,4000
>>f0082474 SUNW,hme at 2,1
>>f007c398 scsi at 3
>>f0074bd0 network at 1,1
>>f0060540 ebus at 1
>>ok cd pci108e,1000
>>This device lack the reg properties. I don't what device it is.
>It's sort of a alias/symlink node to one of the EBus bridges in
>your U30. It's not the only one known to exist but the others I'm
>aware of at least consist of a "name" and a "reg" property and
>therefore don't cause problems with the current code. This one
>should be save to just ignore in FreeBSD but the question is
>how you can install FreeBSD in the first place. From the above
>output it's not entirely clear if it refers to the unused EBus
>bridge on the add-on HME card which normally is disabled by the
>firmware or the onboard one which is used for the serial ports
>etc. (but which is more likely). At a first step you could try to
>remove the add-on HME card, if the node refers to the unused EBus
>bridge on this card it should just disappear then. If this doesn't
>help you could try to update to the latest firmware revision
>which is 3.27 and available from:
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