On Fri, Aug 24, 2007 at 09:38:13AM +1000, Sarton O'Brien wrote: > On Thu, 23 Aug 2007 09:34:13 pm Mikolaj Golub wrote: > > after removing "console=tty0" the system dose not go in reboot any more, > > but boot process stops somewhere later -- the host is not reached by > > network. Unfortunately, I do not see any netbsd kernel messages, it appears > > they go to serial console. I have no serial cable and can't say what was > > going on exactly, but I suspect it could not mount root device. After > > removing "root=/dev/hda1" the system booted and I have it alive now, > > although without vga console. XEN3_DOMU booted ok. > > OK, well you have at least nailed it down to the console redirection when xen > is initialising. Well done! We overlooked it. I've just been reminded that there was a change in -current to enable and handle 64-bit BAR's for vga devices, and my recollection is that this was probably around the right timeframe. Sounds like a good place to start looking. -- Dan.
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