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Date: 2022-11-29 13:16:19
From: tsutsui
Description: NetBSD/hp300 1.0 on HP 9000/319C
>> NetBSD BOOT HP9000/318/319/330 CPU [$Revision: $]
Boot: [[[rd0a:]/netbsd][-s][-a][-d]] :- netbsd.10
Booting rd0a:netbsd.10 @ 0x9c2
640488+31192+157664 [41040+41413] total=0xff8e03d5  start 0xff8019c2
[ preserving 82464 bytes of netbsd symbol table ]
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NetBSD 1.0 (INSTALL) #0: Fri Nov 11 05:06:51 PST 1994
HP9000/318/319/330 (16.67MHz MC68020 CPU, MC68851 MMU, 16.67MHz MC68881 FPU)
real mem = 8380416
avail mem = 5238784
using 204 buffers containing 835584 bytes of memory
hil1: US ASCII keyboard
dma: 98620C with 2 channels, 32 bit DMA
grf0: 1024 x 768 64 color lo-res catseye display
grf0 csr 0x560000
hpib0 at sc7, ipl 3
rd0: 7937H
rd0 at hpib0, slave 0
ppi0 at hpib0, slave 5
dca0 at sc9, ipl 5, flags 0x1
hpib1 at sc14, ipl 4
le0: hardware address xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
le0 at sc21, ipl 5
Changing root device to rd0a
WARNING: bad date in battery clock