Subject: Re: Help with HP NX6310
To: Chavdar Ivanov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris Tribo <email@example.com>
Date: 10/18/2006 15:52:28
On Oct 18, 2006, at 11:26 AM, Chavdar Ivanov wrote:
> On 10/18/06, Chavdar Ivanov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> This all is being done under fresh -current, although the main
>> The BroadCom BCM4401-B0 (bce) started to work OK
>> after I included bmtphy in the GENERIC_LAPTOP configuration. The
>> (azalia) also shows, but I still haven't tested any of it.
> The gremlin with the BroadCom appeared again - funny enough after I
> booted into Windows XP to check if the sound was on. Now I am getting
> bce0: timeout disabling ethernet mac
> bce0: timeout writing pkt filter ctl
If if isn't already off, try disabling PXE/RPL/Netboot agent in the
BIOS. At least with the 575x chips, I see problems where our bge
driver doesn't properly tell the chip to disable the PXE/UNDI stack
when the chip is reset. It almost always happens when warm rebooting
from windows to NetBSD until I PXE boot or hard power off the system
(unplugging it), and sometimes not even then.
> when I try to up it again. It is probably an interrupt routing problem
> - azalia0. wpi0 uhci1 and bce0 all use irq11.
Yes, on the GX280, GX620 and Optiplex 745, there are about 6 devices
on IRQ 11, NetBSD fails miserably with both APIC and non-APIC, ACPI
and non-ACPI kernels. Linux works fine.
> The sound worked after I increased the volume with
> mixerctl -w outputs.hp=200
> but only to the external output - couldn't figure out how to switch it
> to the speaker (not that I will actually *use* the speaker, but there
> you are).
I don't know how well these new chips that use UAA bus (Universal
Audio Architecture) work, I didn't even try it. Most of the time I
couldn't even type because the USB controllers keep shutting down,
and the NIC doesn't work so I was debugging over serial line. I gave
up when I couldn't even get a PCI ID for the new Broadcom chip