Subject: -current panics during boot on TP310E
To: Current Users <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Jukka Marin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/16/2002 20:19:10
I installed a week-old kernel on my IBM TP310E in hope of getting it
working well enough for my 2.75 yr son. Well, I should've known better..
NetBSD has been getting worse on my laptop since 1.4.x, and it still is.
I get a panic during boot. Here's the stack trace (part of it, too lazy
to type it all in):
trap() at trap+0x1f0
--- trap (number 4) ---
ioconf.c(5,c043994c,c055c8c8,0,c02d03c3) at 0x15a
apm_cpu_idle(e000ffef,c03c9480,0,c03c9680,c0157fde) at apm_cpu_idle+0x26
idle(c03c9480,0,c0439a00,c011f51d) at idle+0x1f
bpendtsleep(c0439a60,10,c031054b,0,0,c056d000,0,c02cf509) at bpendtsleep
main(0,0,0,0,0) at main+0x465
I'll try disabling APM in kernel, but I would like to have it functional,
especially on a laptop.
(It seems I can also crash my desktop system (with an older -current) when
using audio record, suspending the recording process and resuming it.. but
this problem may not exist in the most recent kernels..)