Subject: Re: VIA chipsets still suck.
To: Frank van der Linden <email@example.com>
From: John Franklin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/13/2002 16:33:57
On Sunday, Oct 13, 2002, at 09:24 US/Eastern, Frank van der Linden=20
> On Sun, Oct 13, 2002 at 09:13:16AM -0400, John Franklin wrote:
>> I have problems with USB on a VIA based MB... but only when running a=20=
>> NetBSD and Linux kernels. The USB works fine with an SP kernel, =
>> fine with Win2k (dual-proc) and fine with a Linux SP. Haven't tried
>> FreeBSD MP.
>> Near as I can figure, the device is generating an interrupt which=20
>> being properly routed. The USB is the only device interrupting on=20
>> (the below dmesg may or may not be verbose enough to show).
> If win2k works, it might be the case that the interrupt routing entry
> to the IO APIC (only used for MP currently) in the MP BIOS table is=20
> but that win2k uses ACPI and does find the right info.
Just built a MP kernel with acpi at mainbus? and it gets to enabling=20
ioapic0 then freezes.
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