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Re: -current boot failure @ wm(4)
> Masanobu SAITOH <msaitoh%execsw.org@localhost> hat am 18. Juli 2017 um 12:04 geschrieben:
> On 2017/07/14 13:34, Masanobu SAITOH wrote:
> > Hi, Brad.
> > On 2017/07/14 3:12, bch wrote:
> >> Hello NetBSD.
> >> I think this maybe related to msaitoh@ work in ./sys/dev/pci/*wm*.
> >> The latest kernel begins boot, then just hangs, last 3 lines are
> >> (transcribed):
> >> wm0 at pci0 dev 25 function 0: PCH2 LAN (82579LM) controller (rev. 0x04)
> >> wm0: interrupting at msii vec 0
> >> wm0: wm_init_lcd_from_nvm: need write_smbus()
> >> -bch
> > Thanks. I could reproduce the same problem. It's not easy to fix this
> > problem, so I've committed to disable wm_init_lcd_from_nvm() now.
> > Please cvs update.
> I enabled the code with some bugfixes. Could you test with
> the latest -current?
> And, if you're OK, could you tell me what is your machine (e.g. product
> name)? I have some PCH and newer machines but only Thinkpad X220 enters
> the code path.
Hi, I've seen that problem on my Thinkpad X201s as well and it's gone now.
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