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Re: NetBSD 5 upgrade : where is my network interface ?


Le 7 déc. 09 à 15:47, Manuel Bouyer a écrit :

I cannot upgrade my old NetBSD-current from 2007 (NetBSD 4.99.16) to

I booted netbsd-GENERIC kernel from 5.0.1, but it fails to configure the network interface. A quick look at dmesg suggests this could be an ACPi
related problem. Booting with ACPI disabled does not work around the
issue. NetBSD-current from yesterday exhibit the same brain damage.

Below is dmesg from 4.99.16 and from 5.0.1. Anyone can help?

What *_SCANPCI options did you have in your 4.99.16 config ?
In the 5.0.1 kernel you could try commenting out ACPI_SCANPCI and
enabling MPBIOS_SCANPCI, as mbbios seems to find the right number of main

Someone more familiar with ACPI than I am should try to find out why
ACPI finds only one bus (or maybe 0?)

I had the same idea readind Dave's email.
I just enabled MPBIOS_SCANPCI and it works !

Thanks a lot !

Florence HENRY
LESIA - Observatoire de Paris

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