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KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4734] Thu, 31 May 2018 05:54 Go to next message
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Hi Folks

Working towards getting my KISS68030 running and have a couple of questions based on the fact that I can get nothing out of the serial port yet...Further, experimenting with various DRAM sometimes I get a solid green RUN light and I can see what looks like good activity on the bus monitor. Other times it wont RUN on power up or flips over to STOP within a few seconds and looks like it locks up.

So the questions
1. Which ROM file should I look to use? kissbios.rom or the 68K firmware version 10.2 file ? Will the firmware come up even if there is no DRAM?

2. I found the RAM Compatibility list https://www.retrobrewcomputers.org/doku.php?id=builderpages: tschaaps:kiss68030-ram-compatibility and reading this with the board page I take it that I can only use single sided 16MB, double sided 32MB, single 64MB or double sided 128MB 72pin, 60ns DRAM. The 4MB and 8MB DRAM that I have just wont work ? Any more detail here?

3. Is there jumper documentation for the KISS68030? Have setup as per the photos but I would like to understand that better if possible.

4. I see reference to flash codes on the CPU board in various threads. Is there a more formal list or a video showing correct operation etc...?

for reference my config is as follows
- 12 slot backplane (has been working nicely with the SBCV2 and a lot of other cards)
- ECB Bus Monitor
- MF-PIC
- KISS68030 with the modifications as per https://www.retrobrewcomputers.org/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=b oards:ecb:mf-pic:update-2015-09-22.txt


Any pointers, information and suggestions welcome.

regards

Richard
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4735 is a reply to message #4734] Thu, 31 May 2018 09:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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trick-1 wrote on Thu, 31 May 2018 05:54
Hi Folks

Working towards getting my KISS68030 running and have a couple of questions based on the fact that I can get nothing out of the serial port yet...Further, experimenting with various DRAM sometimes I get a solid green RUN light and I can see what looks like good activity on the bus monitor. Other times it wont RUN on power up or flips over to STOP within a few seconds and looks like it locks up.

**The KISS-68030 must be updated to version 1.1. The Wiki pages have the update info.
**The MF/PIC boards 1.0, 1.1, 3.0, 3.1 have one MANDATORY update; and one update required for the KISS-68030 board if you want to run Linux. Update to -008 suffix.


So the questions
1. Which ROM file should I look to use? kissbios.rom or the 68K firmware version 10.2 file ? Will the firmware come up even if there is no DRAM?

**The KISS instructions indicate that TEST15 should first be burned to ROM and run on a new board.
**After TEST15 passes, then the version 10.2 ROM (May 2016) should be used. Install the 68030 version, not the 68008 version.


2. I found the RAM Compatibility list https://www.retrobrewcomputers.org/doku.php?id=builderpages: tschaaps:kiss68030-ram-compatibility and reading this with the board page I take it that I can only use single sided 16MB, double sided 32MB, single 64MB or double sided 128MB 72pin, 60ns DRAM. The 4MB and 8MB DRAM that I have just wont work ? Any more detail here?

3. Is there jumper documentation for the KISS68030? Have setup as per the photos but I would like to understand that better if possible.

**Check the PDF schematics. The RAM size and 'sided-ness' must be set up correctly. ROM jumpers will need to be correct, too. The wait state jumpers should be set to conservative values, i.e., higher. I think the board itself is self-explanatory.

**What speed oscillators are you using? 8mhz determines the refresh timing, and may not be changed. The other two may be as high as 66/33, 64/32, 64/25, 50/25. Second is CPU timing; first is DRAM timing, which is usually about 2x CPU timing. Wait states matter, too.

4. I see reference to flash codes on the CPU board in various threads. Is there a more formal list or a video showing correct operation etc...?

**The README file in the Zipped distributions should have the info. The 10.2 ROM readme is complete; the TEST15 is lacking.

for reference my config is as follows
- 12 slot backplane (has been working nicely with the SBCV2 and a lot of other cards)
- ECB Bus Monitor
- MF-PIC
- KISS68030 with the modifications as per https://www.retrobrewcomputers.org/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=b oards:ecb:mf-pic:update-2015-09-22.txt

**The Bus Monitor may not be useful. The KISS puts addresses (32) on the bus, but not data; unless, it is accessing the MF/PIC board.

Any pointers, information and suggestions welcome

**I thought the MC68030 was overly sensitive to VCC. Check that VCC on the CPU board is within 5% tolerance, or better. The extra caps (elecrtolytic or tantalum) are a help. Extra electrolytic decoupling on the backplane is also recommended. I think you received the Backplane build notes.

**RS-232 problems are the !#@!@##-est to track down.

regards

Richard

Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4736 is a reply to message #4734] Thu, 31 May 2018 09:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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A good source for memory on eBay is:

http://stores.ebay.com/18004Memory_W0QQ?_nkw=EDO

$10 or less; use Micron chips: I have memory in all sizes from these guys. 60ns, 72-pin, +5v. EDO or FPM. parity not necessary (and not used).

--John
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4737 is a reply to message #4736] Thu, 31 May 2018 19:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks John

So found 2x 16MB SIMMS in my collection and have setup the board as per the information you have pointed towards.

Tried the following
1. TEST15 - I get 4,3,5 flashes with a pause between each set of flashes, then it sits at RUN. Nothing on the Serial Port although if I type enough I will get garbage echoed back.
2. 10.2 ROM - I get 1 flash and then it sits at RUN. If i take the MC-PIC board out I get 5 flashes so as per the README that is expected and I think it means that the 030 board is working.

Open to suggestions but am thinking there is something not quite right with my MF-PIC board. Might replace the MAX232 first and then maybe time to get the scope out.

Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4738 is a reply to message #4737] Thu, 31 May 2018 19:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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forgot to mention had already done the updates per the erata for both MF-PIC and 030 board.
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4739 is a reply to message #4737] Fri, 01 June 2018 12:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The 68030 board looks good. Otherwise, you would see no LED flashes. Read the entire README.txt file in the TEST15 bin or src directories. The SRAM must be functioning, else you would get 2+8 flashes. There is no indication that the MF/PIC board is not found at 0x4?, with the UART at 0x48.

Has the MF/PIC board been used with any other system. If it has not, then the problem is most likely between the UART chip and the terminal you are using. I use a Wyse 30, and I have to provide ALL the modem signals to the terminal to get it to work. This will happen if you have used the MAX235 chip, but will not happen with the MAX232.

Also, how do you have the terminal/modem jumpers set? (3.0 board). If the MF/PIC is set to look like a terminal, then a null modem cable will have to be used between it and your terminal. If you have a straight-thru cable, then the MF/PIC board will have to be set to look like a modem. Two RS-232 devices may never be connected terminal-to-terminal. The connection must always be terminal-to-modem.

The MAX23x chip is most likely okay. Check the voltage levels on the RS-232 signal lines. My best guess is that the problem is here.

--John
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4740 is a reply to message #4737] Fri, 01 June 2018 13:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The LED flash pattern is telling: 4, 3, 5

the 5 indicates that the UART is not being found. If it had, the sequence would be 4, 3, 2, then output @9600 bps.

--John
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4741 is a reply to message #4734] Fri, 01 June 2018 13:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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When I had UART problems with my m68k + mfpic it ended up being a bad buffer chip on the mfpic board.
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #4755 is a reply to message #4741] Sat, 09 June 2018 17:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi folks

So still working on this. Found a bent pin on one of the 74F244s on the 030 board so that certainly wouldn't be helping my cause. Not had time to do any additional testing this week but a quick powerup test didn't show any new result. Maybe get some time later today.....

Will keep you all posted

Richard
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6445 is a reply to message #4755] Wed, 14 August 2019 00:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi everyone, so it has been over a year but I have finally got back to this issue. I realised that I had put the SIMM sockets in the wrong way round....removing them destroyed the board so I built a new one, paying attention to the SIMM socket orientation.

I am basically still at the point of getting the LED to flash 4,3,5

So i have the logic analyser on the MF-PIC board. I see /BOARD_SEL go LOW when A4-A7 are the same as jumpers (on,off,on,on), /RD and A0-A3 transition around this time also. So I suspect that for some reason the 16C750 is not responding.

Writing this I will go check the oscillator is working just to make sure....

open to ideas/suggestions, what else should .I check here?
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6446 is a reply to message #6445] Wed, 14 August 2019 09:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The communication from the CPU by way of the CPU board LEDs was meant to help with situations like this: the problem of bringing up two boards simultaneously.

I can offer these suggestions:

1. Default data rate, before running Setup, is 9600. Be sure this is what you are using.
2. Serial communications are notorious. I suggest investing in one of the multi-LED line testers that can be put between your terminal and the UART.
3. Make sure the MF/PIC output is "modem", not "terminal." This way you do not need a null modem cable. If using a null modem cable, then the MF/PIC UART output should be set to "terminal."
4. Check to see what line status your terminal requires. I have a terminal that will not operate unless ALL modem control lines are at the proper levels. If using the serial port on your PC with a terminal program, generally, the modem control signals are ignored.

5. Do the usual check of all solder joints on the MF/PIC; and check that all chips are properly seated. I would assume that you have done this already, if you are at the stage of putting a probe on signals on the MF/PIC board.

--John
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6447 is a reply to message #6446] Wed, 14 August 2019 14:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi John

Thanks for the response.

So the LED's on the CPU board are certainly helping and at least it is indicating that the CPU board is functioning Smile

1. Yes I have Tera Term setup to 9600 (I can get a console on my SBCv2, CPU280 and MiniMax8085, Sun Machines) so I know that part is definitely working.
2. Yes serial can be a pain. I have an HP4951C protocol analyzer on the bench for this reason. I just don't think it's getting that far but will double check. The way I understand the final LED flashes is that it is trying to "connect" to the UART. What sort of test is it? Loopback or something else? I have also double checked the cable to make sure that the right signals are mapped to the right pins.
3. Set to terminal like all my gear. I have a known good null modem cable.
4. Yes serial port on a PC as per 1 known working
5. Yes have done so.

I have also pulled all the majority of the 74x chips and tested them in a TL866, all checked OK. I have also swapped over the NS32202 and 82C55 with no change.

Have also pulled all the 74x chips on the CPU board and tested them just to be certain. Particularly the bus interface chips. They are OK to.

I have tried 2 different backplanes. no change.

I am at the point of re-checking each socket to make sure that I haven't bent a pin.

If that doesn't come up with anything today I am going to build another MF-PIC board which I have.

thanks again

Richard
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6449 is a reply to message #6447] Wed, 14 August 2019 22:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi john and the rest of the folks out there

One word: success!

I spent a few hours going over the original board, checking joints under the magnifying glass and sockets for continuity.
Couldn't find anything that would change the out come.

Have therefore gone and built up the second board using machine sockets..

I plugged it in and turned it on...I was greeted with 4,3,2 LED flashes and the following on the console.

Have then put kiss bios 10.2 in the rom and it boots to the following screen

I would like to express my appreciation for all the help and suggestions. Truely appreciated

Richard

[Updated on: Wed, 14 August 2019 23:16]

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Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6452 is a reply to message #6449] Thu, 15 August 2019 08:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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TEST4.BIN should be putting out an endless number of lines. It is not.

The final 'A' means the test is of Aligned memory (i.e., 32-bit word is accessed with one memory cycle). Subsequent tests may be flagged 'U', for Unaligned (i.e., 32-bit word address is not a multiple of 4).

The SRAM is good, and is used during the DRAM testing. It looks like there may be a DRAM problem.

With the 10.2 BIOS, boot, while the boiler-plate text is coming out hit Reset. This is a convenient way to get to the memory test that is part of the BIOS. It is essentially TEST4.

With DOUBLE = 1-2, the auto-select should be working. 64M ON is correct.

*** Which revision of the board are you using? There is an update to the earliest board which amounts to a connection to pin 21 of U405 (DRAM9). 1.1-006 is the highest revision of the board.

What CPU/DRAM oscillator combination are you using? 25/64 or 25/50 would be suggested.

Try DRAM is slot A only. I trust your DRAM is 60ns or faster.

--John
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6453 is a reply to message #6452] Fri, 16 August 2019 00:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi John

Thank you for the information and the help so far.

So I am running 16/64 with a 25Mhz 030. Reading the parts list I understood this to be OK...but maybe not? Thoughts?

I am running the following hardware



    030 board - KISS 1.1-006 no errata
    MF-PIC board rev 3.1-007 with mandatory update wire RP2:8 to U3:28 ONLY at this stage.
    ECB Mini Backplane - 3 Slot
    PC Powersupply
With regards to the memory I have a small pile of 50ns and 60ns memory to chose from. Also, I did purchase 2x 64Mb 50ns EDO SIMS per your link earlier in the thread. I have cycled through all of these today and I get output similar to the following each time. Thanks for the tip about accessing the mem test using the reset.

Welcome to the KISS-68030 System BIOS 10.2

Copyright (C) 2011-2016 John R. Coffman <johninsd@gmail.com>
Copyright (C) 2015 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>


RESET exception trap requests a full memory test.

04000000 <--HMA1 unequal to HMA2--> 0C000000
Using HMA = 0C000000


The memory tests use a 33-bit rotating bit pattern; i.e., each successive
memory word32 is written with a pattern rotated left one bit from the previous.
The 33-bit length is used to pick up shorted or open address traces. The seed
value for each of the test lines is shown on the left, long+Xbit.


33-Bit Address Aligned or
Pattern+X Start End+1 Unaligned

0635F570 1 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
632A4163 1 00010000 01000000 A fail
BA2CF0DD 0 00000002 00FFFFFE U


I also tried BIOS 10.1 and although it got further I had no response on the keyboard. If I sent a break sequence then I could step through all the way to the boot prompt.

I have therefore gone back to test15 - test4.bin to make testing/diag easier. It too is showing failure.

TEST4.BIN 12-Mar-2016 John R Coffman. Licensed for hobbyist use only.

MF/PIC UART is 16750
SRAM present
SRAM Btest pass

00000000 04000000 A fail
00000001 01000001 U fail
01000002 02000002 U fail
02000003 03FFFFFF U fail
33251231 7AED3431 U fail

Also loaded up TEST3.BIN as I see it also deals with 64Mb RAM. Removed the jumper and gave it a go. Similar result.


I have gone over the board again, checked I have used the right chip version LS,AS, F etc per the file KISS-68030-parts-list.pdf.

Also gone over with the soldering iron just to make sure....still getting memory test failure.

In case there is something visually obvious on the board I have attached front of board photos with memory in and memory out showing pin 1 of the 72pin SIM closest to the board edge per the silkscreen.


Richard
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Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6454 is a reply to message #6453] Fri, 16 August 2019 07:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Does your memory support CBR refresh? It must. (CBR = CAS before RAS)

I note that the first test of 64K of memory passed; then with longer tests, failures.

This board has had issues with:
1. Voltage sensitivity: check that board voltage is as near as possible to +5v, say, within 2%. 68030 is finicky, and a power hog.
2. Decoupling. High frequency decoupling (0.1 uf ceramic/monolithic caps) is okay. However, more electrolytic decoupling may be in order. I used some very old electrolytic caps on the first board I built up, and it took hours of burn-in before the caps re-formed; then it behaved.

[Refresh transient on some memories is 4A!! Caps on the memory cards should be handling this.]

16/64 is probably okay. Some 68030's are rated for a lowest frequency, too. I think 16mhz is okay on a 25mhz chip, but check the spec sheet. Do you know which mask revision you are using?

BIOS, CP/M, mem tests -- all run in real mode. Try disabling the Cache and/or MMU by installing jumpers. MMU is only required by Linux. Especially check that the low memory test (64K) passes with the Cache disabled. Very important that it does pass.

Passing the first 64K memory test says that it should be possible to R/W all of DRAM memory.

So, check: CPU speed, voltage, decoupling, CBR refresh, no Cache, no MMU.

--John
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6455 is a reply to message #6454] Fri, 16 August 2019 16:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi john

Will take a look further at the CPU and it's tolerance. Also will find out if the memory is CBR..

Have increased electrolytics to 1000uF @ 100V - probably overkill but for the sake of the experiment.

Cache and MMU both have jumpers installed already.

Have left test4.bin running and currently failing...will let it run for a few hours. Will check voltage later.

Cheers

Richard

Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6456 is a reply to message #6455] Fri, 16 August 2019 21:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Leaving the power on will form the capacitor(s) on the memory strips, too -- in case they are old inventory.

Virtually all memory (32-bit, 72 pin, DRAM) is CBR refresh. I have had the best results with Micron chips, and Samsung chips.

C74N (ceramic) and F91C (plastic) are the most common MC68030 masks. I have both of these running at 25mhz and 32mhz, respectively. The list of masks is attached.

--John
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6458 is a reply to message #4734] Sat, 17 August 2019 01:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi John

OK so todays further activity
- Replace the PSU with a Mean Well 5V 14A fixed supply. That should be able to deliver plenty of current. Tweaked the supply so that it gave out 5V with the board powered on (5.03 powered off).
- With the new supply I ran the BIOS 10.2 Memory test and it managed to pass 2 lines before failing. It has gone back to failing after the first line now, so I suspect that it is timing or tolerance issue.
- Tried un-jumpering cache and mmu. but no improvement. Put the jumpers back in.
- The mask on my 030 is D66C which I note is a different fab from the 2 that you have referenced.
- I have confirmed that the 25Mhz 030 will operate at 16Mhz http://datasheets.chipdb.org/Motorola/68030/MC68030.pdf page 23 min: 12.5Mhz Max: 25Mhz for a 25Mhz part.
- I have ordered a 25Mhz oscillator, 68030RC16 and 68030RC33.
- might try and find some of the known working memory per the memory list that I have seen.

Unless you have any additional thoughts I will put this on the shelf until the parts come in.

thanks again

Richard

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Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6460 is a reply to message #6458] Sat, 17 August 2019 09:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I did some experiments back when the KISS-68030 was first released with differing CPU/DRAM oscillators, the written results of which are long lost. As I recall, the good combinations were: 32/64, 25/64, 25/50. I do not remember the results using lower CPU speeds.

I am a little concerned about your current oscillator mix: 16/64 as I recall. I hope the boost to 25/64 will help.

--John

Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6461 is a reply to message #6460] Sun, 18 August 2019 05:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks john,

Once I get the parts in I will run some tests on the following combinations 16/64,25/64,32/64,25/50 and document the results, as appropriate, with the 16/25/33Mhz 030's.

stay tuned.

Richard
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6503 is a reply to message #6461] Fri, 30 August 2019 03:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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OK folks so the story progresses

the 25/32/50Mhz Oscillators have turned up. The 2x64Mb have turned up. The rest is on its way and one ebay seller has refunded on the 33Mhz 030 chip so I am back to waiting for a new one.

I have not changed the DRAM oscialltor from 64Mhz to 50Mhz yet...

That being said I replaced my 16Mhz CPU Oscillator with a 25Mhz one and my board is now working differently...you could almost say well....so an inference at this stage is that a 16Mhz CPU Oscillator with a 25Mhz CPU will not work as intended and a 25Mhz is much better.

I now get the following which has a lot more pass than fail...which it used to do after the first test. I can also boot the board and get serial keyboard I/O.


RESET exception trap requests a full memory test.

0C000000 <--HMA1 unequal to HMA2--> 10000000
Using HMA = 10000000


The memory tests use a 33-bit rotating bit pattern; i.e., each successive
memory word32 is written with a pattern rotated left one bit from the previous.
The 33-bit length is used to pick up shorted or open address traces. The seed
value for each of the test lines is shown on the left, long+Xbit.


33-Bit Address Aligned or
Pattern+X Start End+1 Unaligned

0635F570 1 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
632A4163 1 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
BA2CF0DD 0 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
473D4493 1 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
AFB0E6E4 0 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
EBDDF55B 1 01000000 02000000 A fail
2B8597C6 0 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U fail
2E03BE18 0 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U fail
766123F8 0 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U fail
F048FDFA 1 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
92D51DD6 1 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B fail
BB0B1F15 1 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U fail
26EB3324 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B fail
F8E9F030 0 03000000 04000000 A fail
18C5C17E 1 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U fail
1A06D591 1 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U fail
36379B61 1 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U fail
F5237460 1 04000000 08000000 A pass B pass

Off to replace the 64Mhz with a 50Mhz and see what happens......



Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6504 is a reply to message #6503] Fri, 30 August 2019 04:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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will have to go through more methodically but varying the Oscillators changes the result.....more tomorrow as it is now late.
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6505 is a reply to message #6503] Fri, 30 August 2019 06:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The sequence of pass/fail is the oddest I have ever seen.
Oddest of all, is the complete success in the tests confined to the lowest 16mb. Then things go haywire. Then an odd "A pass B pass" in the third 16mb area.

There is a slight suggestion of a thermal sensitivity. But don't take this as a diagnosis.

The results with CPU/DRAM speeds of 25/50, emphasis on the 50, may tell something.

How reproducible are these results, especially the starting sequence of passes?

--John
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Hi john

So yes for a given combination of ram/oscillators it is consistent.

First off I am going to check the solder joints on the address bus and see where that takes me.
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So consistent behaviour. Running CPU @ 25Mhz and DRAM at 50Mhz. I have run the board for many iterations and I get the same pattern.

Have gone back over the board to double check and reworked the CPU and SIMM socket solder just in case. No change.

Copyright (C) 2015 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>


RESET exception trap requests a full memory test.

08000000 <--HMA1 unequal to HMA2--> 10000000
Using HMA = 10000000


The memory tests use a 33-bit rotating bit pattern; i.e., each successive
memory word32 is written with a pattern rotated left one bit from the previous.
The 33-bit length is used to pick up shorted or open address traces. The seed
value for each of the test lines is shown on the left, long+Xbit.


33-Bit Address Aligned or
Pattern+X Start End+1 Unaligned

0635F570 1 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
632A4163 1 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
BA2CF0DD 0 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
473D4493 1 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
AFB0E6E4 0 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
EBDDF55B 1 01000000 02000000 A fail
2B8597C6 0 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U fail
2E03BE18 0 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U fail
766123F8 0 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U fail
F048FDFA 1 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
92D51DD6 1 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B fail
BB0B1F15 1 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B fail
26EB3324 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B fail
F8E9F030 0 03000000 04000000 A fail
18C5C17E 1 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U fail
1A06D591 1 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U fail
36379B61 1 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U fail
F5237460 1 04000000 08000000 A pass B pass
E23A38E8 1 03FFFF03 07FFFF03 U fail
AEB23364 0 03FFFF02 07FFFF02 U pass B fail
A53E9520 0 03FFFF01 07FFFF01 U pass B fail
037A90E6 0 08000000 0C000000 A fail
06BCC3C4 0 07FFFF03 0BFFFF03 U fail
559EC127 0 07FFFF02 0BFFFF02 U fail
577DE8B6 0 07FFFF01 0BFFFF01 U fail
7EECE9C7 1 0C000000 10000000 A fail
7F9D7D0F 0 0BFFFF03 0FFFFF03 U fail
EB55FDB7 1 0BFFFF02 0FFFFF02 U fail
6BED37D3 1 0BFFFF01 0FFFFF01 U fail

I note the following at the top - what does this mean?

08000000 <--HMA1 unequal to HMA2--> 10000000
Using HMA = 10000000
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6509 is a reply to message #6508] Sat, 31 August 2019 07:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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RE: HMA1 .ne. HMA2

During boot, there are two determinations of the Highest Memory Address; they should be the same.

============================================================ =========

The failure pattern may indicate shorted or open address lines. One of the problem lines is in the range [A24..A31]. But the problem may be inside a GAL.

Note that DRAM9 GAL uses all of these address lines as input. Is the GAL fast enough? Programming verified? The speed of this GAL is critical.
Latest revisions of GALs are DRAM93.JED, HIGH93.JED, BYTES9.JED, DIVIDE4.JED. BYTES9.JED should be 6/24/2015 version from BYTES9-02.PLD, same date.

The 74F133 uses similar inputs, [A20..A31], but would affect operation of HIGH93 only. I don't think there is a problem here.

--John


Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6510 is a reply to message #4734] Sat, 31 August 2019 14:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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That might be it! I have used 15ns GALs throughout and had missed that requirement in the parts list. Off to order 7ns parts. Thanks John
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6511 is a reply to message #6510] Sun, 01 September 2019 09:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The DRAM clock is up to 66.67Mhz, which is a 15ns clock rate. That is the reason for so much 74F logic, and the need for fast GALs.
The refresh request clock is divided from 8Mhz; hence, the DIVIDE4 GAL has no need for speed.
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6537 is a reply to message #4734] Sun, 15 September 2019 22:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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ok so the 7ns 22V10 GAL's turned up this afternoon....straight into the programmer and into the 030 board....

The following is the output...

RESET exception trap requests a full memory test.


The memory tests use a 33-bit rotating bit pattern; i.e., each successive
memory word32 is written with a pattern rotated left one bit from the previous.
The 33-bit length is used to pick up shorted or open address traces. The seed
value for each of the test lines is shown on the left, long+Xbit.


33-Bit Address Aligned or
Pattern+X Start End+1 Unaligned


Pass: 1 Passes without error: 1 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 2 Passes without error: 2 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 3 Passes without error: 3 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 4 Passes without error: 4 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 5 Passes without error: 5 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 6 Passes without error: 6 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 7 Passes without error: 7 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 8 Passes without error: 8 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 9 Passes without error: 9 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 10 Passes without error: 10 Last error at pass: 0

.....and it just keeps going...

Pass: 2769 Passes without error: 2769 Last error at pass: 0


Pass: 2770 Passes without error: 2770 Last error at pass: 0

I turned it off and back on again at this point....

off to try and boot....

Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6538 is a reply to message #6537] Sun, 15 September 2019 23:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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System Notes: CPU 25Mhz Running at 16Mhz, DRAM Clock 50Mhz, 2x 64MB EDO
Kiss Linux Distribution - 2016-02-21-linux-kiss68030-kit
ROM file from the distribution

well this is a promising start Smile


Welcome to the KISS-68030 System

KISS-BIOS built 00:49:23 on Feb 20 2016
Copyright (C) 2011-2015 John R. Coffman <johninsd@gmail.com>
Copyright (C) 2015 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>
Distributed for hobbyist use on the N8VEM KISS-68030 CPU board.

RAM: 128 MB (0x8010000)

Start of Setup.
The contents of NVRAM are Invalid.
The clock is stopped.

Serial port baud rate (Kbit/sec) [9600]:
Trickle charge backup is Disabled.
Diode (0,1,2) & Resistor (2,4,Cool [d[+r]]:
Date read: Tue 01/01/1901
Date [mm/dd/yyyy]: 01/01/2015
Binary date: 1/1/2015
BCD date to be set to DS1302: 01/01/2015 dow(5)
The clock is stopped.
Time [hh:mm[:ss]]: 17:00
Read in 17:00:00
IDE board types are:
0 not present
1 Parallel Port
2 Dual IDE
3 DiskIO v2
4 Dual SD
Board #1 type [1]:
Base port address (hex) [44]:
Board #2 type [0]:
Set first boot device [A]:
Set second boot device [A]:
Non-volatile Setup RAM has been updated.
C: Virtium - TuffDrive VTDCFAPI008G-ERC
Boot at 17:00:05 on 2015-01-01 2457024J 1160628T
Press S for setup, or X to skip startup script ("0:/boot.cmd") ...
0:/vmlinux: 3584528 bytes, ELF.
Loading 2760096 bytes from file offset 0x1000 to memory at 0x1000
Loading 67968 bytes from file offset 0x2A3000 to memory at 0x2C3000
Linux kernel detected: creating bootinfo at 0x2D4000
Entry at 0x2000 in supervisor mode

SR 2008
D0 00000000 D1 00000000 D2 00000000 D3 00000000
D4 00000000 D5 00008001 D6 00000000 D7 00000000
A0 00000000 A1 00000000 A2 00000006 A3 00000000
A4 00000000 A5 00000000 A6 00000000 SP FFFE76D3
Exception 0x0B
FFFE76D7: 2008 0009DFA0 002C FFFE7A8B 00000000 00000003 FFFE7CDB B75AD710
0009DF94: 6C54 4A8C 6750 2E0C 4286 9283 : 9182 2806 2A07 9A81



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Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6539 is a reply to message #4734] Mon, 16 September 2019 01:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Suspect it is either addressing or the 64M modules.

If I use 4M or 16M memory then it will boot past this but then naturally fail due to lack of memory Smile

Off to do some more debugging.....
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6540 is a reply to message #6539] Mon, 16 September 2019 04:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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hmmm....going to stop tonight before I break something..have reworked some joints, moved down to a 16Mhz CPU and Oscillator and varied DRAM Oscillator between 32/50/64Mhz, tried various combinations of wait states, 16/32/64/128M....but still keep getting the following...appreciate any thoughts...pointers...

Welcome to the KISS-68030 System

KISS-BIOS built 00:49:23 on Feb 20 2016
Copyright (C) 2011-2015 John R. Coffman <johninsd@gmail.com>
Copyright (C) 2015 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>
Distributed for hobbyist use on the N8VEM KISS-68030 CPU board.

RAM: 128 MB (0x8010000)
C: Virtium - TuffDrive VTDCFAPI008G-ERC
Boot at 19:17:09 on 2015-01-10 2457033J 1316579T
Press S for setup, or X to skip startup script ("0:/boot.cmd") ...
0:/vmlinux: 3584528 bytes, ELF.
Loading 2760096 bytes from file offset 0x1000 to memory at 0x1000
Loading 67968 bytes from file offset 0x2A3000 to memory at 0x2C3000
Linux kernel detected: creating bootinfo at 0x2D4000
Entry at 0x2000 in supervisor mode

SR 2011
D0 00000000 D1 00000000 D2 00000000 D3 00000000
D4 000000E8 D5 00000000 D6 00000005 D7 00000000
A0 00000000 A1 00000000 A2 00000000 A3 00000000
A4 00000000 A5 00000000 A6 00000000 SP FFFE76D3
Exception 0x04
FFFE76D7: 2011 002608D6 0010 FFFE7A8B 00000000 00000003 FFFE7CDB 837C4F15
002608CA: 8414 AB2A 527A B541 FFC5 B8BF : 0054 6967 6572 0041
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6541 is a reply to message #4734] Mon, 16 September 2019 05:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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hmmm...have discovered that there is a newer version of the linux kit per this thread https://www.retrobrewcomputers.org/forum/index.php?t=msg& ;goto=6261&&srch=KISS#msg_6261 - newer pack http://sowerbutts.com/8bit/kiss68030/2016-04-20-linux-kiss68 030-kit.zip am downloading and will give this ago.

Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6542 is a reply to message #6541] Mon, 16 September 2019 06:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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newer version has not resolved the issue (Although it is good to have a newer version)
Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6543 is a reply to message #6542] Mon, 16 September 2019 08:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Memory problems seem to be nicely solved. Can you boot CP/M from the ROM?

I'm not seeing your responses to all of the setup questions. I'd use 2019 as the date.
I am in the dark about the Linux startup. Will S. will have to chime in on this topic.

--John

Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6545 is a reply to message #6543] Mon, 16 September 2019 15:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I am away from home this week (doing the IT at a philosophy and music festival!) and will not be able to look at this fully until middle of next week earliest. I had a brief skim through the thread however.

Exception 4 is "illegal instruction" I believe?

I suspect there is some hardware issue that the other software run so far on the machine has not exercised.

The ROM seems to run fine, which somewhat proves the hardware must be functioning well. The ROM is only 8-bits wide, and timing of ROM access is different to DRAM I seem to recall, so maybe there is some latent DRAM timing issue still?

Another thought: Maybe the data is being read from the CF card incorrectly. Would be an interesting test to load a large-ish file into RAM, checksum it in RAM, then compare with the checksum of the file on disk (computed on another machine!). Or even a predictable pattern if checksumming is too complex.

Good luck!

Will

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Thanks John and Will

So this morning I went back to ROM 10.2 to run the memory tests.....and they are failing again...so I think I do still have a memory related hardware problem. Off to check joints, test chips, check I have the right parts and haven't swapped out something I shouldn't have, validate GAL's again etc.....

John FWIW CPM wouldn't boot from the ROM....

So I am close but not quite there....will update later on....

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OK so went over the board from one end to the other and reflowed each joint. Setup with CPU @ 25Mhz, DRAM @ 50Mhz, ROM 3 Wait States, RAM 3 Wait States and I/O 7 Wait States, 1 64M SIMM and ran the memory test again.

<Super Short Version>
The board now looks to be working properly.

<Short Version>
- Ran memory tests from 10.2 ROM and passed 8 iterations (think prior test was in error due to incorrectly seated SIMM)
- Booted 10.2 ROM to CPM with 64M
- Booted 10.2 ROM to CPM with 128M
- Booted Kiss BIOS setup nvram
- Booted Kiss BIOS and let it autoboot - issue reading hda2 which causes boot to fail but I think that this is due to the fact I didn't write the CF card with DD and instead used the NetBSD Image tool under Windows. Currently writing CF card using DD under OSX.

<Not so short (Long) Version>

Welcome to the KISS-68030 System BIOS 10.2

Copyright (C) 2011-2016 John R. Coffman <johninsd@gmail.com>
Copyright (C) 2015 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>


RESET exception trap requests a full memory test.


The memory tests use a 33-bit rotating bit pattern; i.e., each successive
memory word32 is written with a pattern rotated left one bit from the previous.
The 33-bit length is used to pick up shorted or open address traces. The seed
value for each of the test lines is shown on the left, long+Xbit.


33-Bit Address Aligned or
Pattern+X Start End+1 Unaligned

0635F570 1 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
632A4163 1 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
BA2CF0DD 0 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
473D4493 1 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
AFB0E6E4 0 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
EBDDF55B 1 01000000 02000000 A pass B pass
2B8597C6 0 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U pass B pass
2E03BE18 0 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U pass B pass
766123F8 0 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U pass B pass
F048FDFA 1 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
92D51DD6 1 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B pass
BB0B1F15 1 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B pass
26EB3324 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B pass
F8E9F030 0 03000000 04000000 A pass B pass
18C5C17E 1 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U pass B pass
1A06D591 1 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U pass B pass
36379B61 1 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U pass B pass

Pass: 1 Passes without error: 1 Last error at pass: 0

F5237460 1 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
E23A38E8 1 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
8B44E1DA 1 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
CC7DCCAF 0 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
F5B4A702 0 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
3BFFFA6A 1 01000000 02000000 A pass B pass
29A564D0 1 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U pass B pass
0C0C8F70 0 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U pass B pass
56923579 0 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U pass B pass
FF7995EB 1 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
61C39CC6 1 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B pass
8A630E12 0 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B pass
306A235D 0 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B pass
90F8F7A8 1 03000000 04000000 A pass B pass
99D5B8F5 1 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U pass B pass
0B014D25 1 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U pass B pass
264E1021 0 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U pass B pass

Pass: 2 Passes without error: 2 Last error at pass: 0

F2BBC068 0 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
5632BB24 1 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
F2CFA152 1 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
0027C8EE 1 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
9764850D 0 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
2D7EEA13 0 01000000 02000000 A pass B pass
41B46348 0 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U pass B pass
8D1CF6FB 0 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U pass B pass
4795ADCD 0 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U pass B pass
EF001EAB 0 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
665B28CE 0 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B pass
F3E84E9A 0 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B pass
A8DE2BDE 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B pass
1BB87F94 0 03000000 04000000 A pass B pass
2DDD3B39 1 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U pass B pass
4B8971E0 0 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U pass B pass
2ECDDC7B 0 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U pass B pass

Pass: 3 Passes without error: 3 Last error at pass: 0

7A8705C8 0 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
9392FF3A 1 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
7103FB56 1 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
1E4518CC 1 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
6472041D 0 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
B5CAE290 1 01000000 02000000 A pass B pass
CAF4EB74 1 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U pass B pass
39147537 0 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U pass B pass
071D9108 1 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U pass B pass
E783D2F1 0 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
EE67ED6E 0 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B pass
7024149E 0 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B pass
941B8B9A 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B pass
D7E27BD5 1 03000000 04000000 A pass B pass
E87D7F27 1 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U pass B pass
118D3006 0 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U pass B pass
8E89C219 1 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U pass B pass

Pass: 4 Passes without error: 4 Last error at pass: 0

7EC6E3E5 0 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
75BFFD1A 0 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
351D9986 1 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
3EB60E4D 1 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
63EAB015 1 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
890F42D4 1 01000000 02000000 A pass B pass
06AEEF35 0 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U pass B pass
FCB43129 0 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U pass B pass
5D19D0EE 1 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U pass B pass
47C7CC93 1 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
EA260B43 0 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B pass
343A764E 0 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B pass
D5FDA698 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B pass
C980ABF7 1 03000000 04000000 A pass B pass
0E507D07 0 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U pass B pass
735D1209 0 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U pass B pass
A38BE2EA 1 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U pass B pass

Pass: 5 Passes without error: 5 Last error at pass: 0

AEE4ECD4 0 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
7A8E950B 0 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
373D6A90 0 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
2FB196F9 1 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
EBD675B5 1 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
C8E96FD6 1 01000000 02000000 A pass B pass
18CC3F17 0 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U pass B pass
1A993309 1 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U pass B pass
3FC9F2E1 1 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U pass B pass
6AC5EC60 1 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
3A040472 0 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B pass
361A8558 1 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B pass
F7F297F0 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B pass
E973BD76 1 03000000 04000000 A pass B pass
01611516 0 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U pass B pass
804B9319 0 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U pass B pass
92E3F3ED 0 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U pass B pass

Pass: 6 Passes without error: 6 Last error at pass: 0

B865FCAD 1 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
6AF71E4B 1 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
5F2C6D08 1 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
6F39AA3C 0 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
EF979398 1 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
EAE65EBE 1 01000000 02000000 A pass B pass
383F2996 0 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U pass B pass
15A85B18 1 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U pass B pass
CCDF73F1 1 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U pass B pass
5BADFD67 0 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
2C85140B 1 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B pass
5E0B82C0 0 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B pass
76E2EE7B 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B pass
F87425C2 1 03000000 04000000 A pass B pass
11189E56 1 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U pass B pass
87D32711 1 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U pass B pass
EB68B365 0 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U pass B pass

Pass: 7 Passes without error: 7 Last error at pass: 0

20D1F42E 0 00000000 00010000 A pass B pass
6274D211 1 00010000 01000000 A pass B pass
D46CE534 0 00000002 00FFFFFE U pass B pass
353DEBDA 0 00000001 00FFFFFD U pass B pass
3FB59CA9 1 00000003 00FFFFFF U pass B pass
6BF62735 1 01000000 02000000 A pass B pass
2938B122 0 00FFFF02 01FFFF02 U pass B pass
05D1D058 0 00FFFF01 01FFFF01 U pass B pass
CB47C7F9 0 00FFFF03 01FFFF03 U pass B pass
2226BDEF 0 02000000 03000000 A pass B pass
B4311C88 0 01FFFF02 02FFFF02 U pass B pass
D54B0AFC 1 01FFFF01 02FFFF01 U pass B pass
C2EA6DB7 1 01FFFF03 02FFFF03 U pass B pass
B8FC1907 0 03000000 04000000 A pass B pass
199B520C 1 02FFFF02 03FFFF02 U pass B pass
0FEFE2B1 1 02FFFF01 03FFFF01 U pass B pass
68A4E961 0 02FFFF03 03FFFF03 U pass B pass

Pass: 8 Passes without error: 8 Last error at pass: 0

Which looks great (BTW I think the earlier success was a false reading and may have been because the SIMM wasn't properly seated!Wink now booted into ROM

Welcome to the KISS-68030 System BIOS 10.2

Copyright (C) 2011-2016 John R. Coffman <johninsd@gmail.com>
Copyright (C) 2015 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
in the file COPYING in the distribution directory along with this
program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

Licensed for hobbyist use on the RetroBrew KISS-68030 CPU board.

To enter Setup type 's' during the memory test.
Found memory from 00000000 to 04000000

Start of Setup.
The MF/PIC UART is 16550C
The contents of NVRAM are Invalid.
The clock is running.

Serial port baud rate (Kbit/sec) [9600]:
Trickle charge backup is Disabled.
Diode (0,1,2) & Resistor (2,4,Cool [d[+r]]: 0
Date read: Tue 01/01/1901
Date [mm/dd/yyyy]: 09/17/2016
Binary date: 15/17/2016
Invalid date entered. (code 99)
Time read: 12:36:12
Time [hh:mm[:ss]]: 12:37
Read in 12:37:00
IDE board types are:
0 not present
1 Parallel Port
2 Dual IDE
3 DiskIO v2
4 Dual SD
Board #1 type [1]:
Base port address (hex) [44]:
Board #2 type [0]:
Autoboot timeout (seconds), 0 disables [0]: 10
Set first boot device [C]:
Set second boot device [D]:
Non-volatile Setup RAM has been updated.
C: Virtium - TuffDrive VTDCFAPI008G-ERC
Boot at 12:37:17 on 2019-09-17 2458744J 861620T
BIOS version 10.2 of 16-May-2016 Mon May 16 17:17:57 PDT 2016
-> help

Built-in commands:
cd : change directory <dir>
cpm : run ROM CP/M-68
dir : list directory [<vol>:]
dm : synonym for DUMP
dump : dump memory <from> <count>
execute : execute <addr>
help : list this help info
ls : synonym for DIR
rem : remark (in command file)
s : synonym for SUPV
supv : set Supervisor mode (prefix or command)
today : dispay the date and time
u : synonym for USER
user : set User mode (prefix or command)
wm : synonym for WRITEMEM
writemem : write memory <addr> [byte ...]

Command syntax: [u|s] [<builtin>|<file[.ext]>] [<args> ...]
<file[.ext]> may be *.CMD *.OUT *.68K *.SYS *.ELF (all with Magic ID)

-> cpm
Device C: has room for 0 slice(s).


CP/M-68K (tm), Version 1.2, Copyright (c) 1982,1984, Digital Research
Created for the RetroBrew KISS-68030 board on Mon May 16 17:17:57 PDT 2016


F>dir
F: CPM SYS : DUMP 68K : FDISK 68K : INIT 68K : PIP 68K
F: STAT 68K : AR68 68K : AS68 68K : COPY 68K : DDT 68K
F: DDT68000 68K : ED 68K : FDISK TXT : FIND 68K : LINK68 68K
F: LO68 68K : RELOC 68K : SIZE68 68K : XFER86 68K : FORMAT 68K
F: MORE 68K : NM68 68K : PUTBOOT 68K : SD 68K : SENDC68 68K
F: TERM 68K
F>stat

F: RW, FREE SPACE: 2K


So have confirmed that the board will boot to CPM with 64M memory. Now booted with 128MB installed (i.e. 2x SIMM)

Welcome to the KISS-68030 System BIOS 10.2

Copyright (C) 2011-2016 John R. Coffman <johninsd@gmail.com>
Copyright (C) 2015 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
in the file COPYING in the distribution directory along with this
program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

Licensed for hobbyist use on the RetroBrew KISS-68030 CPU board.

To enter Setup type 's' during the memory test.
Found memory from 00000000 to 08000000
C: Virtium - TuffDrive VTDCFAPI008G-ERC
Boot at 12:58:29 on 2019-09-17 2458744J 885741T
BIOS version 10.2 of 16-May-2016 Mon May 16 17:17:57 PDT 2016
-> cpm
Device C: has room for 0 slice(s).


CP/M-68K (tm), Version 1.2, Copyright (c) 1982,1984, Digital Research
Created for the RetroBrew KISS-68030 board on Mon May 16 17:17:57 PDT 2016


F>

so update the ROM to the KISS Rom (20 April 2016 kit)



Welcome to the KISS-68030 System

KISS-BIOS built 22:25:42 on Apr 20 2016
Copyright (C) 2011-2015 John R. Coffman <johninsd@gmail.com>
Copyright (C) 2015-2016 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>
Distributed for hobbyist use on the KISS-68030 CPU board.

RAM: 128 MB (0x8000000)
C: Virtium - TuffDrive VTDCFAPI008G-ERC
Boot at 13:04:13 on 2019-09-17 2458744J 892264T

Press:
[S] for BIOS Setup
[X] to skip startup script ("0:/boot.cmd")

Start of Setup.
The contents of NVRAM are valid.
The clock is running.

Serial port baud rate (Kbit/sec) [9600]: 115200
Trickle charge backup is Disabled.
Diode (0,1,2) & Resistor (2,4,Cool [d[+r]]: 0
Date read: Tue 09/17/2019
Date [mm/dd/yyyy]:
Time read: 13:04:23
Time [hh:mm[:ss]]:
IDE board types are:
0 not present
1 Parallel Port
2 Dual IDE
3 DiskIO v2
4 Dual SD
Board #1 type [1]:
Base port address (hex) [44]:
Board #2 type [0]:
Set first boot device [C]:
Set second boot device [A]:
Non-volatile Setup RAM has been updated.

0:/vmlinux: 4997308 bytes, ELF.
Loading 3447776 bytes from file offset 0x1000 to memory at 0x1000

Reset and changed terminal to 115200 from 9600. The following boot goes a long way but crashes...I think because I didn't write the disk image using DD....currently doing this form OSX.

Welcome to the KISS-68030 System

KISS-BIOS built 22:25:42 on Apr 20 2016
Copyright (C) 2011-2015 John R. Coffman <johninsd@gmail.com>
Copyright (C) 2015-2016 William R. Sowerbutts <will@sowerbutts.com>
Distributed for hobbyist use on the KISS-68030 CPU board.

RAM: 128 MB (0x8000000)
C: Virtium - TuffDrive VTDCFAPI008G-ERC
Boot at 13:04:44 on 2019-09-17 2458744J 892852T

Press:
[S] for BIOS Setup
[X] to skip startup script ("0:/boot.cmd")

0:/vmlinux: 4997308 bytes, ELF.
Loading 3447776 bytes from file offset 0x1000 to memory at 0x1000
Loading 91136 bytes from file offset 0x34B000 to memory at 0x373000
Linux kernel detected: creating bootinfo at 0x38A000
Entry at 0x2000 in supervisor mode

ABCkGHIJK
[ 0.000000] Linux version 4.5.0 (btg@victor) (gcc version 5.3.1 20160205 (Debian 5.3.1-8) Wink #32 Mon Mar 28 17:45:29 BST 2016
[ 0.000000] bootconsole [kissuart0] enabled
[ 0.000000] Built 1 zonelists in Zone order, mobility grouping on. Total pages: 32448
[ 0.000000] Kernel command line: console=ttyS0,115200n8r root=/dev/hda2 mfpic=0x50,7,0,16000000
[ 0.000000] PID hash table entries: 512 (order: -1, 2048 bytes)
[ 0.000000] Dentry cache hash table entries: 16384 (order: 4, 65536 bytes)
[ 0.000000] Inode-cache hash table entries: 8192 (order: 3, 32768 bytes)
[ 0.000000] Sorting __ex_table...
[ 0.000000] Memory: 126020K/131072K available (2380K kernel code, 336K rwdata, 800K rodata, 92K init, 160K bss, 5052K reserved, 0K cma-reserved)
[ 0.000000] Virtual kernel memory layout:
[ 0.000000] vector : 0x0034acbc - 0x0034b0bc ( 1 KiB)
[ 0.000000] kmap : 0xd0000000 - 0xf0000000 ( 512 MiB)
[ 0.000000] vmalloc : 0x08800000 - 0xd0000000 (3192 MiB)
[ 0.000000] lowmem : 0x00000000 - 0x08000000 ( 128 MiB)
[ 0.000000] .init : 0x00373000 - 0x0038a000 ( 92 KiB)
[ 0.000000] .text : 0x00001000 - 0x002540fc (2381 KiB)
[ 0.000000] .data : 0x00256b40 - 0x00372f2c (1137 KiB)
[ 0.000000] .bss : 0x0034abe0 - 0x00372f2c ( 161 KiB)
[ 0.000000] NR_IRQS:24
[ 0.000000] ns32202 at 0xffff0040
[ 0.060000] Console: colour dummy device 80x25
[ 0.060000] Calibrating delay loop... 3.04 BogoMIPS (lpj=15232)
[ 0.200000] pid_max: default: 32768 minimum: 301
[ 0.230000] Mount-cache hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[ 0.240000] Mountpoint-cache hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[ 0.580000] devtmpfs: initialized
[ 0.690000] clocksource: jiffies: mask: 0xffffffff max_cycles: 0xffffffff, max_idle_ns: 19112604462750000 ns
[ 0.800000] NET: Registered protocol family 16
[ 0.850000] MF/PIC at I/O address 0x40, IDE ECB IRQ 9, UART ECB IRQ 12, UART clock 1843200 Hz
[ 0.890000] MF/PIC at I/O address 0x50, IDE ECB IRQ 7, UART ECB IRQ 0, UART clock 16000000 Hz
[ 1.460000] SCSI subsystem initialized
[ 1.610000] VFS: Disk quotas dquot_6.6.0
[ 1.630000] VFS: Dquot-cache hash table entries: 1024 (order 0, 4096 bytes)
[ 2.520000] NET: Registered protocol family 2
[ 2.650000] TCP established hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[ 2.660000] TCP bind hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[ 2.670000] TCP: Hash tables configured (established 1024 bind 1024)
[ 2.680000] UDP hash table entries: 256 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[ 2.690000] UDP-Lite hash table entries: 256 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[ 2.730000] NET: Registered protocol family 1
[ 2.830000] futex hash table entries: 256 (order: -1, 3072 bytes)
[ 2.880000] zbud: loaded
[ 3.220000] Block layer SCSI generic (bsg) driver version 0.4 loaded (major 253)
[ 3.230000] io scheduler noop registered
[ 3.240000] io scheduler cfq registered (default)
[ 3.270000] Serial: 8250/16550 driver, 4 ports, IRQ sharing disabled
[ 3.380000] console [ttyS0] disabled
˛[ 3.390000] serial8250.0: ttyS0 at MMIO 0xffff0048 (irq = 20, base_baud = 115200) is a TI16750
[ 3.400000] console [ttyS0] enabled
[ 3.400000] console [ttyS0] enabled
[ 3.410000] bootconsole [kissuart0] disabled
[ 3.410000] bootconsole [kissuart0] disabled
[ 3.490000] Uniform Multi-Platform E-IDE driver
[ 3.510000] ide0: KISS-68030 MF/PIC IDE controller
[ 3.830000] hda: Virtium - TuffDrive VTDCFAPI008G-ERC, CFA DISK drive
[ 4.570000] ide0 at 0xffff0044 on irq 17
[ 4.610000] ide1: KISS-68030 MF/PIC IDE controller
[ 5.240000] ide1 at 0xffff0054 on irq 15
[ 5.250000] ide-gd driver 1.18
[ 5.260000] hda: max request size: 1024KiB
[ 5.270000] hda: 16003008 sectors (8193 MB) w/0KiB Cache, CHS=15876/255/63
[ 5.300000] hda: cache flushes supported
[ 5.380000] hda: hda1 hda2 hda3
[ 5.390000] hda: p1 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, enabling native capacity
[ 5.450000] hda: hda1 hda2 hda3
[ 5.460000] hda: p1 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.470000] hda: p2 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.470000] hda: p3 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.480000] hda: p4 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.490000] hda: p5 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.500000] hda: p6 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.510000] hda: p7 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.520000] hda: p8 start 1161268962795563 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.530000] hda: p9 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.540000] hda: p10 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.540000] hda: p11 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.550000] hda: p12 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.560000] hda: p13 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.570000] hda: p14 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.580000] hda: p15 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.590000] hda: p16 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.600000] hda: p17 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.610000] hda: p18 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.620000] hda: p19 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.630000] hda: p20 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.630000] hda: p21 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.640000] hda: p22 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.650000] hda: p23 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.660000] hda: p24 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.670000] hda: p25 start 3037721998419230788 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.680000] hda: p26 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.690000] hda: p27 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.700000] hda: p28 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.710000] hda: p29 start 3037721998419230788 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.710000] hda: p30 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.720000] hda: p31 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.730000] hda: p32 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.740000] hda: p33 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.750000] hda: p34 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.760000] hda: p35 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.770000] hda: p36 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.780000] hda: p37 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.790000] hda: p38 start 1161268962795563 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.790000] hda: p39 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.800000] hda: p40 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.810000] hda: p41 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.820000] hda: p42 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.830000] hda: p43 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.840000] hda: p44 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.850000] hda: p45 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.860000] hda: p46 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.870000] hda: p47 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.880000] hda: p48 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.880000] hda: p49 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.890000] hda: p50 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.900000] hda: p51 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.910000] hda: p52 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.920000] hda: p53 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.930000] hda: p54 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.940000] hda: p55 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.950000] hda: p56 start 1161268962795563 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.960000] hda: p57 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.960000] hda: p58 start 1161268962795563 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.970000] hda: p59 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.980000] hda: p60 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 5.990000] hda: p61 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.000000] hda: p62 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.010000] hda: p63 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.020000] hda: p64 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.030000] hda: p65 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.040000] hda: p66 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.040000] hda: p67 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.050000] hda: p68 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.060000] hda: p69 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.070000] hda: p70 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.080000] hda: p71 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.090000] hda: p72 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.100000] hda: p73 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.110000] hda: p74 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.120000] hda: p75 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.130000] hda: p76 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.130000] hda: p77 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.140000] hda: p78 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.150000] hda: p79 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.160000] hda: p80 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.170000] hda: p81 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.180000] hda: p82 start 1161268962795563 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.190000] hda: p83 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.200000] hda: p84 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.210000] hda: p85 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.220000] hda: p86 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.220000] hda: p87 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.230000] hda: p88 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.240000] hda: p89 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.250000] hda: p90 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.260000] hda: p91 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.270000] hda: p92 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.280000] hda: p93 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.290000] hda: p94 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.300000] hda: p95 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.310000] hda: p96 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.310000] hda: p97 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.320000] hda: p98 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.330000] hda: p99 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.340000] hda: p100 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.350000] hda: p101 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.360000] hda: p102 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.370000] hda: p103 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.380000] hda: p104 start 1161268962795563 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.390000] hda: p105 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.400000] hda: p106 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.400000] hda: p107 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.410000] hda: p108 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.420000] hda: p109 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.430000] hda: p110 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.440000] hda: p111 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.450000] hda: p112 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.460000] hda: p113 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.470000] hda: p114 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.480000] hda: p115 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.490000] hda: p116 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.500000] hda: p117 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.500000] hda: p118 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.510000] hda: p119 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.520000] hda: p120 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.530000] hda: p121 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.540000] hda: p122 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.550000] hda: p123 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.560000] hda: p124 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.570000] hda: p125 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.580000] hda: p126 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.590000] hda: p127 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.600000] hda: p128 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.600000] hda: p129 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.610000] hda: p130 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.620000] hda: p131 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.630000] hda: p132 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.640000] hda: p133 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.650000] hda: p134 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.660000] hda: p135 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.670000] hda: p136 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.680000] hda: p137 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.690000] hda: p138 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.700000] hda: p139 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.710000] hda: p140 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.710000] hda: p141 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.720000] hda: p142 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.730000] hda: p143 start 3037721998419230788 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.740000] hda: p144 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.750000] hda: p145 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.760000] hda: p146 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.770000] hda: p147 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.780000] hda: p148 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.790000] hda: p149 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.800000] hda: p150 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.800000] hda: p151 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.810000] hda: p152 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.820000] hda: p153 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.830000] hda: p154 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.840000] hda: p155 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.850000] hda: p156 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.860000] hda: p157 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.870000] hda: p158 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.880000] hda: p159 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.890000] hda: p160 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.900000] hda: p161 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.900000] hda: p162 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.910000] hda: p163 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.920000] hda: p164 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.930000] hda: p165 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.940000] hda: p166 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.950000] hda: p167 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.960000] hda: p168 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.970000] hda: p169 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.980000] hda: p170 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 6.990000] hda: p171 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.000000] hda: p172 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.000000] hda: p173 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.010000] hda: p174 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.020000] hda: p175 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.030000] hda: p176 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.040000] hda: p177 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.050000] hda: p178 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.060000] hda: p179 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.070000] hda: p180 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.080000] hda: p181 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.090000] hda: p182 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.100000] hda: p183 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.100000] hda: p184 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.110000] hda: p185 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.120000] hda: p186 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.130000] hda: p187 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.140000] hda: p188 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.150000] hda: p189 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.160000] hda: p190 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.170000] hda: p191 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.180000] hda: p192 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.190000] hda: p193 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.200000] hda: p194 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.200000] hda: p195 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.210000] hda: p196 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.220000] hda: p197 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.230000] hda: p198 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.240000] hda: p199 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.250000] hda: p200 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.260000] hda: p201 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.270000] hda: p202 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.280000] hda: p203 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.290000] hda: p204 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.300000] hda: p205 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.300000] hda: p206 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.310000] hda: p207 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.320000] hda: p208 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.330000] hda: p209 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.340000] hda: p210 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.350000] hda: p211 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.360000] hda: p212 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.370000] hda: p213 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.380000] hda: p214 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.390000] hda: p215 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.400000] hda: p216 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.400000] hda: p217 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.410000] hda: p218 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.420000] hda: p219 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.430000] hda: p220 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.440000] hda: p221 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.450000] hda: p222 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.460000] hda: p223 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.470000] hda: p224 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.480000] hda: p225 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.490000] hda: p226 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.500000] hda: p227 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.500000] hda: p228 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.510000] hda: p229 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.520000] hda: p230 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.530000] hda: p231 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.540000] hda: p232 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.550000] hda: p233 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.560000] hda: p234 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.570000] hda: p235 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.580000] hda: p236 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.590000] hda: p237 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.600000] hda: p238 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.600000] hda: p239 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.610000] hda: p240 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.620000] hda: p241 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.630000] hda: p242 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.640000] hda: p243 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.650000] hda: p244 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.660000] hda: p245 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.670000] hda: p246 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.680000] hda: p247 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.690000] hda: p248 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.700000] hda: p249 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.700000] hda: p250 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.710000] hda: p251 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.720000] hda: p252 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.730000] hda: p253 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.740000] hda: p254 start 1161268966990379 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.750000] hda: p255 start 2317946450965364804 is beyond EOD, truncated
[ 7.860000] mousedev: PS/2 mouse device common for all mice
[ 7.910000] rtc-ds1302 rtc-ds1302.0: rtc core: registered ds1302 as rtc0
[ 7.930000] ledtrig-cpu: registered to indicate activity on CPUs
[ 7.990000] NET: Registered protocol family 17
[ 8.000000] mpls_gso: MPLS GSO support
[ 8.070000] registered taskstats version 1
[ 8.080000] zswap: loaded using pool lzo/zbud
[ 8.130000] rtc-ds1302 rtc-ds1302.0: setting system clock to 2019-09-17 13:05:36 UTC (1568725536)
[ 8.190000] VFS: Cannot open root device "hda2" or unknown-block(3,2): error -6
[ 8.200000] Please append a correct "root=" boot option; here are the available partitions:
[ 8.210000] 0300 8001504 hda driver: ide-gd
[ 8.220000] Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(3,2)
[ 8.220000] CPU: 0 PID: 1 Comm: swapper Not tainted 4.5.0 #32
[ 8.220000] Stack from 07c33ee0:
07c33ee0 002e32f7 0004d7d6 00008001 0009aaa4 00154f04 0000206c 07c33f50
0004d998 004c5aa8 fffffffa 003745d6 002c3779 07c33f50 002c3728 002c36f5
0038602d 07c33f50 fffffffa 00300002 07c33f50 00300002 0000000c 0001cfe0
00154e4c 0038875c 00385de4 00154d4a 756e6b6e 6f776e2d 626c6f63 6b28332c
32290080 00000302 003746ac 002c37dd 003746d6 002c37dd 00008001 0038602d
00000050 00374828 00000008 00097a14 0038875c 00385de4 003742fe 00000000
[ 8.220000] Call Trace: [<0004d7d6>] panic+0xa0/0x1fe
[ 8.220000] [<00008001>] fp_ueq+0x7/0x12
[ 8.220000] [<0009aaa4>] SyS_mount+0x0/0x8a
[ 8.220000] [<00154f04>] strlen+0x0/0x18
[ 8.220000] [<0000206c>] do_one_initcall+0x0/0x194
[ 8.220000] [<0004d998>] printk+0x0/0x1a
[ 8.220000] [<003745d6>] mount_block_root+0x1ac/0x240
[ 8.220000] [<0001cfe0>] parse_args+0x0/0x31c
[ 8.220000] [<00154e4c>] strncmp+0x0/0x34
[ 8.220000] [<00154d4a>] strcpy+0x0/0x1c
[ 8.220000] [<003746ac>] mount_root+0x42/0x74
[ 8.220000] [<003746d6>] mount_root+0x6c/0x74
[ 8.220000] [<00008001>] fp_ueq+0x7/0x12
[ 8.220000] [<00374828>] prepare_namespace+0x14a/0x186
[ 8.220000] [<00097a14>] SyS_dup+0x0/0x46
[ 8.220000] [<003742fe>] kernel_init_freeable+0x188/0x192
[ 8.220000] [<0024fa42>] kernel_init+0x0/0xcc
[ 8.220000] [<0024fa4a>] kernel_init+0x8/0xcc
[ 8.220000] [<0024fa42>] kernel_init+0x0/0xcc
[ 8.220000] [<00002810>] ret_from_kernel_thread+0xc/0x14
[ 8.220000]
[ 8.220000] ---[ end Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(3,2)

Re: KISS68030 + MF-PIC [message #6550 is a reply to message #6549] Tue, 17 September 2019 06:03 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
trick-1 is currently offline  trick-1
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hmmm...not an imaging issue - tried DD from OSX and Linux. Same result. Is it a CF geometry issue?
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