Subject: Re: Problems w/1.6.2 source
To: McLean Pickett <>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 08/12/2005 13:37:53
On Fri, 12 Aug 2005, McLean Pickett wrote:

> I had a 1.6.2 box that I had deleted the src files from. I used cvs and
> checked out the netbsd-1-6 source tree, compiled a custom kernel,
> installed it and rebooted the box.
> It came back up with some different behavior. I can no longer SU (from
> ssh or console) from user accounts nor can I run netstat. I installed
> the GENERIC kernel and am still having the same problems.
> netstat says:
> netstat: /dev/mem: Permission denied
> I found these unexpected messages in dmesg:
> pci_mem_find: void region
> pci_mem_find: void region
> pci_mem_find: void region
> I am able to log into the console as root. Any ideas?

What does "uname -a" tell us?

  Jeremy C. Reed

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