Subject: -current booting problems (mobo specific)
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Wolfgang Rupprecht <email@example.com>
Date: 01/08/2001 13:28:40
I just rebuilt the world from this morning's anoncvs, compiled up a
fresh kernel (in an empty directory) and tried to reboot. It would
hang just after the line:
biomask XXXX netmask XXXX ttymask XXXX
On a normal boot, this line would occur just before the IPsec line.
"IPsec: Initialized Security Association Processing."
I could break into ddb and do a trace.
Xspllower(...) + 0xe
configure(...) + 0x5a
FYI this problem is only seen on my Asus a7v, Athlon 1.1Ghz. The same
kernel boots just fine on the various Intel-based boards. Also, a
kernel built from Dec 29 sources and the same config file works fine
on this board (and thats what I rev-ed back to). Does any of this
ring a bell? Could this be more of the bogus "Promise ultra100"
interrupt problem biting me?
Wolfgang Rupprecht <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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