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Re: kern/56578: GENERIC kernel crashes on the way up

The following reply was made to PR kern/56578; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Greywolf <>
Subject: Re: kern/56578: GENERIC kernel crashes on the way up
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2021 18:54:29 -0800

  >From: Taylor R Campbell <> >To: >Cc: >Subject: 
 Re: kern/56578: GENERIC kernel crashes on the way up >Date: Sun, 26 Dec 2021 
 21:29:53 +0000 > Do you have any serial console, or management system like 
 Intel AMT > with serial-over-LAN, or can you get dmesg from the previous boot 
  > after the machine resets? (e.g., drop to the boot prompt and boot a > 
 working kernel) [Hoping TBird doesn't HTMLify this on me...] Hi, Riastradh. I 
 have no such setup for this machine -- it's very new and lacks a lot of the 
 older amenities (PS/2 keyboard, required for 'boot -c'; or a serial port :P ). 
 As far as a previous boot, no -- I have abandoned my 9.99.92 kernel and 
 configured a nouveau-capable kernel which works with my nVidia card (GTX 750 
 Ti if you need a confirmed working data point). I have to make sure my Radeon 
 X370 is not completely FUBAR (was glitching all over the place even with 
 acceleration disabled) first, as that could have been the source of my issue. 
 I didn't even think about this as a possibility until after I posted my bug; 
 I'm hoping it's not the case as the Radeon handled generally more smoothly 
 than the nVidia is doing, even with the new acceleration (thank you, by the 
 way). --*greywolf;

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