Currently needed /etc/system hack seems to be also nvram-related.
So, what I'm asking for:
boot Solaris 2.0 - 2.5.1 image with qemu option -rtc base=<dateTtime> where dateTtime is a string like "2006-06-22T16:01:21". Try different dates and times. I.e:
./qemu-system-sparc -M SS-5 -m 256 -rtc base=2009-12-22T16:01:21 -L
-bios ss5.bin -nographic -hdb Solaris2.5.1.iso
ok boot disk1:d -vs
Currently it looks like the system doesn't come up if the day of month is >20.
At least for years 2009 and 2010.
The question is: do year, month, hours and seconds also play a role?I.e. is it possible to boot when day is 22, with any year?
Is it not possible to boot when day is 22 and year is 2010 with any
month, hour and minutes settings?
Waiting for your feedback (you can write in English, German or Russian).