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Re: pciconf -lv returns device not configured & pauze when booting on HP LP1000r

From: Matthew Dillon <dillon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 09:23:23 -0700 (PDT)

:Hi all,
:I thought I give a DF a spin on my test-server, which is a HP LP1000r 
:(netserver line).
:I tried it first with the gcc34 snapshot installer (from 2 days ago) but 
:whatever I tried it didn't seem to get to boot1, I tried every 
:documented option I could find (the man boot0cfg ,man fdisk and google) 
:and including a manual install. I ended up installing 4.10 and did a src 
:update from there which went smoothly.
:I then compiled an adapted kernel and installed it.
:I found 2 strange behavours, the first is that when it boots and the 
:kernel checks for the devices it pauses for 21 seconds (well I could be 
:of a couple) right after ata1.
:The second strange is that when I do a pciconf -lv it returns this:
:pciconf: /dev/pci: Device not configured
:I have system outputs at: 

    Ok, thanks.  Note that gcc-3.4 based builds are considered 
    experimental, an really only developers should be using them
    (in order to test and continue the gcc-3.4 support work) I 
    recommend not using gcc-3.4 for initial installs, or even at
    all if you just want to play around with DFly.

    The config issue could be due to cruft left over from 4.10.
    Be sure you do a 'make upgrade' from the DFly /usr/src to 
    cleanup after the 4.10 box and regenerate the devices.

					Matthew Dillon 

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