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Re: 6.0 + Thinkpad T61 = instant reboot. And now?

On 22 February 2012 01:10, Martin S. Weber <> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 07:21:41PM +0100, Marc Balmer wrote:
>> Am 20.02.12 19:18, schrieb Martin S. Weber:
>> > Hey everybody,
>> >
>> > I just wanted to try Nbsd 6.0 on my box, but I can't really. As $SUBJECT
>> > says, it's rebooting instantly. I did try booting w/o ACPI, to no avail.
>> > I'm just getting the first line with the numbers, a short pause, and
>> > then the box reboots. How should I try and debug what's going on there?
>> >
>> > (netbsd-6 branch sources from friday; installed a GENERIC kernel along
>> > with its modules (/stand/i386/6.0)).
>> >
>> > Any help appreciated.
>> Please file a PR.  If possible with a dmesg of working version of NetBSD.
> I just extended the PR (port-i386/46061) with a dmesg of a
> netbsd-6 amd64 GENERIC kernel (successfully) booted with "boot -vx".

I updated both my build host and my laptop to this one; I'll try to
find some time tomorrow for the i386 version (which I also built
earlier with the same update level).

> I'm not really keen on running amd64 on this box though (wrong disklabel,
> for once, and all that rebuilding, ugh).

The disk I have in my laptop at the moment is only 200GB, a bit small
for what I use it for... I've had a 320GB spare and dreading the


(sent from the updated "NetBSD lisa 6.99.3 NetBSD 6.99.3 (GENERIC) #0:
Wed Feb 22 00:15:48 GMT 2012
amd64" laptop). At least the countdown to NetBSD 7 started!

> Regards,
> -Martin


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