Subject: Re: Thinkpad 760XD PCMCIA problems?
To: Greg Troxel , Tom Spindler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: John D.Baker <email@example.com>
Date: 11/08/2007 20:43:03
I've tried values of RBUS_MIN_START from 0x06800000 (104MB), 0x08000000
(128MB), 0x10000000 (256MB), 0x20000000 (512MB) and then for
0x40000000 (1GB) and 0x80000000 (2GB) with exactly the same results as
At Tom's suggestion, I tried a -current GENERIC.NOACPI kernel, but the
latest one to be had from the releng FTP mirrors is from 31 October.
The last time i386-current built successfully was 4 November 2007, but
these are completely absent from the FTP mirrors.
That said, the one from 31 October behaved identically to my custom
netbsd-4 kernel. (I don't have space to build anything more myself.)
A boot log with RBUS_MIN_START=0x08000000 and all the PCI debugging
turned on may be found at:
It's rather long. First there's an initial boot to single-user.
Second, simply rebooting and disabling "cbb" and resulting crash when
a plain PCMCIA card is found. Third, boot after power-cycle and
disabling "cbb" right away.
Maybe these will shed light on the issue? Maybe there's something
that still needs configuring with the DOS-based "PS2" utility?
My PCI-fu is very rusty (and even when it was fresh, I worked almost
exclusively with i960Rx gadgets or PowerPC-based hardware where it
was our own code doing the probing and configuring of PCI devices...).
John D. Baker NetBSD Darwin/MacOS X
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