Subject: Re: Lazy bum panic?
To: Chris Collet <email@example.com>
From: Bill Sommerfeld <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/14/2000 13:21:43
> I've been trying to get the generic multiprocessor kernel to boot on a dual
> pentium 150 American megatrends Titan II motherboard, which appears to boot
> fine until:
> ioapic0: pa 0xfec00000, virtual wire mode, version 11, 16 pins
> mainbus0: WARNING: interrupts not configured
> panic: lazy bum
> Stopped in swapper at cpu_Debugger+0-x4: leave
> (cpu 0)db>
> I've noticed a few other people have posted a similar error. Has anybody any
> idea what this means
The "lazy bum" referred to is myself, for not implementing one corner
of the MP BIOS spec (default interrupt configurations) because
> or how I should go about fixing it? Thanks in advance.
Fill in the code in arch/i386/i386/mpbios.c which currently reads:
/* XXX */
printf("%s: WARNING: interrupts not configured\n",
.. based on the default interrupt configurations found in the intel
multiprocessor spec version 1.4.