Blue Swirl <blauwirbel(a)gmail.com> writes:
: On 4/19/09, M. Warner Losh <imp(a)bsdimp.com> wrote:
: > In message: <f488382f0904190128l4383a56eu67a2f16eb338e61c(a)mail.gmail.com>
: > Steven Noonan <steven(a)uplinklabs.net> writes:
: > : I eventually decided it made more
: > : sense to get QEMU working instead. I did notice that the pre-OpenBIOS
: > : version of QEMU was able to boot Mac OS X via Open Hack'Ware, so I was
: > : annoyed to find that OpenBIOS didn't have such support. So, I might as
: > : well add it.
: > Open Hackware was barely enough to boot older versions of Linux.
: > Other operating systems that needed more extensive properties from the
: > OpenFirmware device tree failed to boot because they weren't present.
: > I was involved in a large effort to get FreeBSD/powerpc booting on
: > QEMU only to have it fail utterly because the amount of hacking on
: > OpenHackWare needed was rather large and mysterious...
: This is what I get with OpenBIOS:
: >> *** Boot failure! No secondary bootloader specified ***
: 0 > boot cd:,\boot\loader cd:0
: Consoles: Open Firmware console
: FreeBSD/Open Firmware/PowerPC bootstrap loader, Revision 0.1
: (root(a)xserve.lan.xcllnt.net, Thu Apr 16 18:47:58 UTC 2009)
: Memory: 131072KB
: Booted from: cd
: Loading /boot/defaults/loader.conf
: /boot/kernel/kernel data=0x4a4ce0+0x3d4e4 syms=[0x4+0x454f0+0x4+0x5a4b9]
: Hit [Enter] to boot immediately, or any other key for command prompt.
: Booting [/boot/kernel/kernel]...
: Kernel entry at 0x13dac0 ...
: panic: moea_bootstrap: no space to copy translations
: Uptime: 1s
That's similar to the one that I've seen as well. The problem with
this one, IIRC, is that FreeBSD/powerpc is trying to setup the memory
translations for the MMU and the 'translations' property length is
zero, or something like that...
It seems there is the same problem with the Haiku bootloader, I have a patch to correct
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