[pups] Networking With 2.11 BSD and Begemot Emulator

Greg Lehey grog at lemis.com
Wed Oct 4 09:47:22 AEST 2000

On Tuesday,  3 October 2000 at 16:02:17 -0400, Frank Wortner wrote:
> I've been trying to set up an emulated PDP-11 running 2.11 BSD.  Just for
> the fun,  I'm trying to get the 11 to talk on a LAN.  Unfortunately,  it's
> not working.

There's a bug.  It used to work, and *something* changed.  I've been
meaning to look at it, but it's currently waiting on the tuit queue.

> My configuration is Begemot P11 Version 2.7 running under
> FreeBSD 4.1.1.  I've booted 2.11,  configured a custom networking kernel,
> installed the unix and netnix images,  changed the IP addresses in
> /etc/hosts to match my LAN,  run mkhosts to rebuild  /etc/hosts.dir and
> /etc/hosts.pag and rebooted.
> On the P11 front,  I've built a fake qma.rom file populated with zeros --
> just like the P11 README file said,  made sure that I had a tun driver
> configured in my FreeBSD system,  and started P11.  

I know the README says this will work, but I haven't been able to get
it to work that way.  Somewhere I have a real image; I'll see if I can
find it.

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