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Re: PowerBook 5,8 and keyboards
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On Aug 16, 2009, at 3:46 PM, netbsd%pckswarms.ch@localhost wrote:
I had to remove all of the firewire devices like I did for the Pismo,
and, pbms, the PowerBook 15" mouse device.
This firewire problem, is weird. I have two UniNorth machines - a GigE
G4 and an 800MHz iBook G4 which should both have firewire controllers
very similar if not identical to yours.
trap: pid 0.32 (system): kernel MCHK trap @ 0x3efe70 (SRR1=0x149030)
Stopped in pid 0.32 (system) at netbsd:cpu_Debugger+0x10: lwz r0,
0xd50e89f0: at panic+0x210
0xd50e8a40: at trap+0x108
0xd50e8ad0: Kernel MCHK trap by cfdriver_get_iattr+0x58:
r1=0xd50e8b90 cr=0x48002048 xer=0 ctr=0x4ae738
saved LR(0x2800003e) is invalid
alas the keyboard is non-functional so I can't get a traceback.
Has someone seen this?
I don't have the hardware ( my iBook has an ADB touchpad ) - what was
the last device it tried to attach? Or rather, did the pbms driver
Also, could you build a kernel with
and watch it crash? This option should cause ddb to output a stack
trace automatically, all I need is which driver's attach method this
is coming from, no need to ten finger copy the whole trace.
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