Subject: Re: NetBSD-2.0G ACPI enabled - piixiide0:1:0 lost interrupt
To: Berndt Josef Wulf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 07/06/2004 13:58:19
On Tue, Jul 06, 2004 at 09:22:11PM +0930, Berndt Josef Wulf wrote:
> The system boots up and, with the exception of a non-functional cd0 device,
> works as expected. Attempts to mount this device fail with the following
> error message
> Jul 6 21:14:51 husky /netbsd: piixide0:1:0: lost interrupt
> Jul 6 21:14:51 husky /netbsd: type: atapi tc_bcount: 0 tc_skip: 0
> Options ACPI_PCI_FIXUP was enabled in the above kernel. When commenting out
> this option, the cd0 device is detected and functional, however, the wi0
> (AVAYA wireless PCMCIA - 802.11b) is not functional presumably due to the
> PCI-CardBus Bridge not being detected, e.g. no cbb0 device.
> Has anyone else seen this problem? Is it a known bug? Searching with Google
> didn't reveal anything that would help me in solving this problem.
> Due to size, I've not included the dmesg output and kernel configuration file
> here, but they are available as NetBSD-2.0G_dmesg.txt and HUSKY-acpi in my
> home directory on ftp.NetBSD.org
> Any suggestions?
Adding options MPACPI and ioapic support to your kernel.