[pups] 2.11 BSD image booting

lars brinkhoff lars at nocrew.org
Tue Jul 25 15:55:00 AEST 2000

"Steven M. Schultz" <sms at moe.2bsd.com> writes:
> > From: Warren Toomey <wkt at henry.cs.adfa.edu.au>
> > I think all the 2.11BSD disk images in Boot_Images are suspect.
> 	Hmmm, I don't think they're corrupt.

I use the 2.11_rp_unknown (Current Patch Level: 400, Date: January 24,
1998) image without any problems.  Well, I didn't know the root
password, so I had to erase it in single user mode.

> 	Wasn't there a similar posting a month or two ago about someone (I 
> 	forget who it was) having "massive corruption".   It turned out that
> 	the simulator was only told to use 256kb of memory (18bit mode).  Once
> 	the "set cpu 2048k" command was added to the conf file the problems
> 	cleared right up.

That was probably me.

> 	Try putting "set cpu 2048k" (I don't _think_ you need both "set cpu
> 	22b" and "set cpu 2048k" but having both doesn't hurt and may help).

This is the script I use:

set cpu 22b
set cpu 3072K
at rp0 2.11_rp_unknown
at rl0 x.tar
b rp

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