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NetBSD on Satellites (was: NetBSD 5.0.2 does not boot properly on Toshiba Satellite, keyboard problems)
Thank you very much for your suggestions! I've followed it everything was
May I also ask you some questions as a Toshiba Satellite NetBSD user? :)
1. How did you update the BIOS? Toshiba provides BIOS updates as Windows
executables. Did you do it from Windows or via USB stick?
2. On my Satellite I can not adjust the LCD brightness level (may be it is
because the ACPI is disabled?). There're functional keys (Fn+FN) for it.
Did you managed to get it work? It there any other way to configure it? I
have not found anything related in the sysctl..
Thanks in advance,
On Wed, 27 Oct 2010 16:48:01 +0200, Pierre Allegraud
> I had to disable ohci too on my previous laptop.
> You could try with :
> - in the boot prompt :
> boot netbsd -2c (ACPI disabled) or boot netbsd -c (ACPI enabled)
> - in the kernel prompt :
> disable ohci
> - test your keyboard
> My new laptop is also a Toshiba Satellite, but I only had to update
> the BIOS in order to run NetBSD with APCI enabled.
> Good luck !
> 2010/10/27 Dmitry Matveev <me%dmitrymatveev.co.uk@localhost>:
>> I'm trying to install NetBSD 5.0.2 on my Toshiba Satellite A210-199
>> Actually I've installed it on the hdd using QEMU from Debian GNU/Linux,
>> but when I reboot to NetBSD, it does not start properly.
>> In the normal mode the kernel boots up and stops somewhere after
>> enumerating USB devices. I can turn the system off with "Power" button
>> laptop and that's all.
>> When I boot the system without ACPI, it boots successfully and invites
>> to enter login/pass, but my laptop keyboard does not work here.
>> I've found a similar issue: http://gnats.netbsd.org/34100
>> The solition was to disable ohci. I haven't found such option in the
>> or kernel boot options. Could somebody please advice what should I do
>> disable ohci?
>> Also, will the external USB keyboard work in NetBSD if I will boot the
>> system in the no-ACPI mode?
>> Thanks in advance,
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