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Re: install vs generic kernel
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On Aug 7, 2009, at 10:39 AM, Bruce O'Neel wrote:
Back to my pismo with 5.0.1. It halts at uhub1 at usb1: vendor....
The next line with the install kernels is
adbkbd0 at nadb0 addr 2: PowerBook G3 keyboard
nadb0 is listed as (also INSTALL kernel):
nadb0 at pmu0: Apple Desktop Bus
I wonder if, from the config files, that the problem isn't
GENERIC:nadb* at adb_bus? # ADB bus
enumerator, at cuda or pmu
GENERIC:adbkbd* at nadb? # ADB keyboard
GENERIC:adbms* at nadb? # ADB mice and
GENERIC:adbbt* at nadb? # button device
found on *Books
INSTALL:#adb* at obio? # Apple Desktop Bus
INSTALL:#akbd* at adb? # ADB keyboard
INSTALL:nadb* at cuda? # new ADB Bus
INSTALL:nadb* at pmu? # new ADB Bus
INSTALL:adbkbd* at nadb? # ADB keyboard
I wonder if I added a line
nadb* at pmu?
to GENERIC and built a kernel if I shouldn't expect success.
Err, why would you want to do that? nadb already attaches to your pmu.
adb_bus is a place holder that matches both pmu and cuda. So, nadb is
more or less the ADB device discovery code, it will look for devices
after interrupts are enabled, more or less the same time the USB
drivers will look for devices. Didn't you say earlier that your
machine hangs during firewire initialization? GENERIC has firewire
drivers, INSTALL does not.
Can I do this without a kernel rebuild?
No, and it wouldn't change anything anyway.
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