DragonFly bugs List (threaded) for 2004-07
Re: ACPI and Linksys 10/100 PC Card (ed1)
Thanks for the response. I currently have disabled ACPI across the
board and that seems to work fine. I will try and get some verbose
output from my bootup with ACPI enabled (busy investigating how to get
all the debug info required) and send that in with my ACPI tables. I
should have a moment to do that tonight.
I assume that if I want to enable some verbose options I use the same
method you described to boot with the -a option?
I am also in the process of upgrading to the latest base system. Maybe
Thanks again for the assistance. On the side. I am very impressed with
DragonFly. Keep up the good work!
Matthew Dillon wrote:
If the CD boots up ok and installs everything, but rebooting from the
HD does not work, then it's got to be cockpit trouble somewhere.
Possibilities include: The BIOS IDE disk block translation mode,
setting (or not setting) 'packet mode' in the boot code, and/or the
kernel getting confused about the root filesystem.
One thing that might help would be to 'boot -a' (hit '6' from the
DragonFly menu to drop into a boot prompt and type 'boot -a'). This
tells the kernel to ask for the name of the root filesystem rather
then trying to automount it, to see if the kernel actually gets that
:I found the same problem on my Acer Travelmate 250. Unfortunate this is
: my first BSD install, so I am not sure how to debug this. Any ideas?
:Dan Janowski wrote:
:> Long time observer, first time installer...
:> Platform: Dell Inspiron 3500
:> Version: 1.0A (from ISO)
:> Filesystem install is fine.
:> Booting stops dead after finding acd0. Next line would be mounting root.
:> This passes if I boot without ACPI.
:> kernel finds the PC Card as ed1:
:> ed1: <Linksys Combo EthernetCard> at port 0x120-0x13f iomem
:> 0x88005000-0x88005fff irq 11 function 0 config 61 on pccard1
:> However, it does not like something:
:> device_probe_and_attach: ed1 attach returned 6
:> Other PCMCIA (16bit) cards work and attach.