Subject: Re: hyperthreading on 2.0; no way to get it to work with my hardware.
To: Matthias Scheler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: okay_awright <email@example.com>
Date: 01/02/2005 04:27:48
Matthias Scheler a =E9crit :
>In article <41D563E9.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> okay_awright <email@example.com> writes:
>>there is one in my first post, at the bottom;
>Opps, I missed that part.
>>odd. I have no GENERIC.MPACPI in my conf folder, the sources and=20
>>configuration files were directly dumped from the i386 Sources ISO and =
>>it really doesn't seem to be here (and that's why i had to modify=20
>You have got NetBSD 2.0 sources. You need (as I wrote) NetBSD-current
>sources. Please read this document ...
Sorry, it's my turn; i forgot to read "current" in your previous post.
I'll test that this week end and keep you informed (this is a remote box =
-not located where I currently live- and I need to be there if the=20
kernel doesn't want to boot anymore).
Is trying current worth it? I mean are there any SMP support=20
improvements made since the very recent 2.0 release that could possibly=20
solve this little annoyance? The changelogs are slim and I can't find=20
any clues of such modifications.
>... to find out how to NetBSD-current sources.
> Kind regards
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