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Re: Netbsd 4.0 hangs on AMD64 athlon dual core on nvidia board
Jonathan A. Kollasch <jakllsch <at> kollasch.net> writes:
> > How to enable my cdrom on netbsd ?
> > Should I back to a 32bit version ?
> > Should I back to netbsd 3.1 ?
> I'd try -current, ACPI support has been significantly
> improved since 4.0. Also, it's ACPI support is easily
> disabled via boot.conf.
I don't have such file on my system.
I've tried by creating /etc/boot.conf and putting "disable acpi" in it, but
this is not working.
Can you detail you point ?
I've google, but not found relevant info concerning this boot.conf file (google
find lot of pf.boot.conf).
Where could I find additional info about this ?
I've discovered in Linux, that my cdrom is a scsi-cdrom. Linux is using the
kernel module called sr_mod.
How to enable this kind of functionality with NetBSD ?
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