DragonFly bugs List (threaded) for 2004-08
Re: ACPI and Linksys 10/100 PC Card (ed1)
I've tried the 'boot -a -v' options and it doesn't ask for the root
partition or anything else to mount; so I'm assuming that the machine
falls over before actually reaching that point.
I've played around with the options suggested by YONETANI Tomokazu, and
the machine seems to boot when I use either:
This enables me to boot the machine, but I have problems with console
blanking and the screensaver under X doesn't seem to want to activate
I am not sure how to further aproach the debugging process. The "boot
-v -a" option did not give any more interresting information, it still
only gets to the point where it assigns the CDRW/DVDrom device and then
the machine hangs there.
Matthew Dillon wrote:
Yah, use boot -a -v.
It sounds like you simply have one of those systems which only works
without ACPI. It is likely, however, that only one or two of the ACPI
features are the cause of the failure. You can disable particular
ACPI functions at the boot prompt or in /boot/loader.conf. Quoting
from YONETANI Tomokazu:
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There's a kernel environment variable called debug.acpi.disabled, to
disable ACPI features. This helps narrowing down which part of ACPI code
is causing trouble. You can specify one or more of the following keywords,
separated by spaces.
acad bus button children cmbat cpu ec
isa lid pci pci_link sysresource thermal timer
"acpi" disables everything
"bus" disables "children"
"pci" disables "pci_link"
pci-related code in the acpi code in our tree is said to be incorrect,
so you may want to try disabling it first. There's also been a report
of lock-up which was worked around by disabling thermal code, but I'm
not sure whether it applies to your T42p.
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