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Re: -current boot failure @ wm(4)

On 2017/07/20 0:33, Lars Reichardt wrote:

Masanobu SAITOH <> 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

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()


   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.

 Sorry and thank you!


                SAITOH Masanobu (

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