[talk] Fwd: 2017-03-25-netbsd-hpcmips.img
george at ceetonetechnology.com
Fri Mar 31 09:03:00 EDT 2017
> From: George Rosamond <george at ceetonetechnology.com>
> Subject: Re: [talk] Fwd: 2017-03-25-netbsd-hpcmips.img
> Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2017 01:29:00 +0000
>>>> and comes as you are as you want to be.
>>>> - tpctl: touch panel calibration:
>>>> click + 5 times + return
>> I realized I missed that... but then it's unclear what to "click" "five
>> times" to calibrate.. right or left mouse? I tried a bunch of things,
>> but still have to wait those 5-10 minutes.
> tpctl means "touch panel control", special setting for hpcmips/arm/sh.
> I'll make comment out next hpcmips image.
There's touch panel control support on the WorkPad? That confused me...
Also why is $TERM set to wsvt25? vt220 seems work for me better for the
>> I would love to upload a dmesg to dmesgd.nycbug.org for it... but since
>> the wi(4) driver for my wireless PCMCIA cards isn't included in this
>> image, and there's no ethernet, no USB.. I have to get a NetBSD box up
>> to mount the CF card to post it.
> What kind of card you have? give me some infomation to re-compile kernel.
I have three cards donated by other NYC*BUG people.
* rtw (on OpenBSD) Realtek 8180 RTL8180F which is a Linksys 802.11b card
* another Realtek 8185 which uses re(4) I think. It's from Encore
* then the closest to wokring is the wi(4) from Microsoft MN-520 which I
think requires firmware. ISL3873 PRISM2.5
Huge thanks if you could add any of those drivers in... it saves me from
having to cross-compile on some other ancient hardware.
>> Sorry for combining a how-to with a mention of the tpctl-induced headache...
> yup!thanx for your report.
Thank you for making this easy without having to cross-compile.
Not quite sure how I'm going to use this.. but I'm positive I wont build
perl from source like Sevan :)
Any ideas on using resize_ffs(8) besides doing from another NetBSD box?
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