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Re: install/51716

The following reply was made to PR install/51716; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Tom Lane <>
To: matthew green <>
Subject: Re: install/51716
Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2016 12:08:40 -0500

 matthew green <> writes:
 > one guess is that usb3 is required and not well supported in netbsd 7.
 > that might explain why both the boot device and keyboard do nothing
 > as they're not suppored here.
 Ah!  (But for the record, the keyboard does seem to work --- at least,
 it works during the initial dialog where you can disable ACPI.)
 > netbsd-current has a much better chance of working here.  can you try
 > an image from eg:
 Seems pretty unstable :-(.  I tried several recent-date img's:
 NetBSD-7.99.46-amd64-install.img from 201612120920Z:
 hangs up after
 	ugen0 at uhub1 port 3
 	ugen0: Apple Inc. Bluetooth USB Host Controller, rev 2.00/1.27, addr 5
 does not shut down in response to power button, unlike 7.0.2
 NetBSD-7.99.47-amd64-install.img from 201612140120Z:
 hangs up after
 	hdaudio1 at pci0 ... HD Audio Controller
 	hdaudio1: interrupting at ioapic0 pin 22
 	hdafg1 at hdaudio1: vendor 1013 product 4208
 does not shut down in response to power button
 NetBSD-7.99.47-amd64-install.img from 201612140600Z:
 same behavior as 201612120920Z
 On the plus side, it does seem to have successfully detected the USB
 stick, as I see lines a little further up reporting the stick and
 complaining that its physical size doesn't match what the header says,
 which I assume is expected.
 > if this works less poorly, usb3 may be the problem (but really it
 > needs boot logs to see what happened.)
 I'd be happy to supply boot logs if you can explain how to get them
 off the machine ...
 			regards, tom lane

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