Subject: Re: port-i386/10392: isa1 at pcib1panic: isaattach: ISA bus already
To: Chris G. Demetriou <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>
Date: 06/19/2000 20:39:30
On 19 Jun 2000, Chris G. Demetriou wrote:
> > When booting -current/i386 on a Toshiba Tecra 8100 that's attached
> > to a docking station (only, no external PCI box attached), I get:
> does the docking station have peripherals, e.g. an IDE controller, PCI
> slots, ISA slots, etc.?
The docking station itself has a pci network card, serial and parallel
port as well as a usb hub (to be connected to the laptio's uhci interface
when the machine's docked).
What I haven't tryed (yet) is plugging in the "PCI expansion box" that I
got with the docking station, which contains two PCI slots and some board
with two ATAPI channels, and that's connected to the docking station via
some "serial line PCI" interface (cable).
> i managed to work around it it by changing isa* to isa0 (in the binary
> kernel that I had been given -- I was testing some kernels for Chris
> Hopps). I've include dmesg below w/ and w/o dock (the w/dock case
> being modded to change isa* to isa0), for a couple of my tests.
> 'BRICK2' was a simple trim of GENERIC.
I've disabled "isa at pcib*", and everything's fine now.
I'll try changing isa* to isa0 next, which I expect to work as well.
Thanks for that hint!
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