[Unix-jun72] UNIX running up to init, I think
newsham at lava.net
Fri May 2 20:06:50 EDT 2008
> It correctly writes the RF11 image (as best as I can tell), then reads
> /etc/init into the user area and executes it. I left the TC11 disabled
> on my run and it panics when /etc/init tries to read the tape.
*nod* we're running up to init in the cold boot kernel and getting
into the code that reads the 65th block off the tape. At this
point we only get 1 byte of data into the read buffer, though.
(not sure if this is due to simh, the kernel or some other issue).
to work around the asembler divide issue I had to sed the source
during build time. These hacks are all incorporated into the
it might be fun to try to use Warren's mkfs.c program to preload
the root disk and boot warm with it.
> James Markevitch
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