Subject: kern/34045: ath0 not working on Lenovo T60 laptop under -current: pci_mem_find problems
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Date: 07/21/2006 01:50:01
>Synopsis: ath0 not working on Lenovo T60 laptop under -current: pci_mem_find problems
>Arrival-Date: Fri Jul 21 01:50:00 +0000 2006
>Originator: Brian de Alwis
>Release: -current as of 2006/07/14
UBC Computer Science
The wireless ath0 in my IBM ThinkPad T60 isn't being attached and I don't know how to investigate the problem. On boot, with either a GENERIC_LAPTOP or GENERIC.MPACPI setup, I see the following message:
ath0 at pci3 dev 0 function 0pci_mem_find: expected mem type 00000000, found 00000004
cannot map register space
I've tried using a kernel with the appropriate PCI_* defines, but to no avail. This is with -current to 2006/07/14; the recent changes to ath seem related to shutdown hooks.
For me, just boot with NetBSD-current.