Subject: Re: Panic in latest -current with fxp0
To: Bill Sommerfeld <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Patrick Hartling <email@example.com>
Date: 11/18/1999 21:13:37
Bill Sommerfeld <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
} > After about a year away from NetBSD, I am returning to -current to do
} > software porting. Today, I installed the 19991113 i386 snapshot, but the
} > GENERIC kernel does not boot because of a problem detecting the EEPROM size
} > for my onboard Intel EtherExpress Pro 10/100 NIC. The panic is occuring in
} > fxp_get_info(). I have searched the recent mailing list postings for
} > "intel", "fxp", "eeprom", etc. and for heads-up messages with no luck in
} > figuring out what is wrong. The output for the NIC just before the panic
} > is:
} > fxp0 at pci0 dev 6 function 0: Intel i82557 Ethernet, rev 1
} > fxp0 interrupting at irq 11
} > For now, I am using the GENERIC kernel from the 19990704 snapshot. I've
} > successfully updated to sources from this morning, but the kernel still
} > will not boot. Is there something I need to add to my custom kernel config
} > to get things working properly?
} Ok, this is running afoul of a recent change to attempt to get cardbus
} fxp's working (which have a different sized EEPROM).
} I tested a change from Johan Danielsson on what's really an 82559 on
} my laptop, but clearly that's not the same as the real thing..
} Johan -- you did the orignal change in PR8631.. could you track this
} down and figure out something which works for both Patrick and for
} your cardbus fxp's?
} Patrick: in the meantime, could you try applying the enclosed patch to
} i82557.c and rebuilding a -current kernel?
Thanks for the quick response. This patch does indeed allow me to boot, but
I am now getting this message:
OUI 0x080017 model 0x0000 rev 1 at fxp0 phy 1 not configured
Trying to ifconfig the card up gives:
ifconfig: SIOCSIFMEDIA: Device not configured
I'm still refamiliarizing myself with NetBSD kernel config files, so this
could be operator error that I do not recognize yet.
Patrick L. Hartling | Research Assistant, VRAC
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