Subject: Re: Problem with installing NetBSD 3.0 on a Thinkpad Z60M
To: None <>
From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?St=E9phane?= Witzmann <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/07/2006 13:35:11
Jared D. McNeill wrote:

> 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.

You can also use an INSTALL kernel, they don't support audio devices (which
explains why it didn't crash first if you installed from a CD).