Subject: Re: Problem with installing NetBSD 3.0 on a Thinkpad Z60M
To: Sam Tran <>
From: Jared D. McNeill <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/06/2006 22:08:44
On 6-Jan-06, at 7:32 PM, Perry E. Metzger wrote:

> Sam Tran <> writes:
>>>> I am trying to install NetBSD 3.0 on a Thinkpad Z60M.
>>>> The installation itself went fine but after the reboot I got the
>>>> following error message and was stucked in the db prompt:
> [...]
>> Here is the backtrace:
>> db> bt
>> strlcpy(c1c1da10,c1c098a0,10,c1c075a0,1) at netbsd:strlcpy+0x1c
>> azalia_mixer_init(c1be9054,c1be9054,1f,0,c07cdac0) at
>> netbsd:azalia_mixer_init+0xd72
>> azalia_codec_init(c1be9054,c0540598,0,0,0) at  
>> netbsd:azalia_codec_init+0x26e
>> azalia_attach_intr(c1be9000,0,2e9c,0,c083cea0) at
>> netbasd:azalia_attach_intr+0xa5
>> config_process_deferred(c083f4a4,0,c090df78,c0396ccb,0) at
>> netbsd:config_process_deferred+0x4c
>> configure(0,0,0,0,0) at netbsd:configure+0x68
>> main(0,0,0,0,0) at netbsd:main+0x2d4
> I'd suggest that, for now, you build a kernel for the box that doesn't
> contain the azalia audio device. That will at least get you booted.

Since you can't boot at all, making it difficult to build a new  
kernel yet... I'd suggest booting with the '-u' flag. You can disable  
the azalia device from the userconf prompt before booting GENERIC.

To boot with the -u flag, interrupt the countdown in the i386 boot  
loader and type 'boot -u'. Once at the userconf prompt, you can  
'disable azalia' from there, followed by 'quit', IIRC.