|Tony Johnson||Sep 27, 2000 3:55 pm|
|Kris Kennaway||Sep 27, 2000 4:48 pm|
|Tony Johnson||Sep 27, 2000 5:06 pm|
|Kris Kennaway||Sep 27, 2000 5:17 pm|
|Alfred Perlstein||Sep 27, 2000 5:18 pm|
|Greg Lehey||Sep 27, 2000 5:34 pm|
|Tony Johnson||Sep 27, 2000 6:25 pm|
|Alfred Perlstein||Sep 27, 2000 6:39 pm|
|Thomas David Rivers||Sep 28, 2000 3:32 am|
|Tony Johnson||Sep 28, 2000 5:53 pm|
|Greg Lehey||Sep 28, 2000 6:50 pm|
|Tony Johnson||Sep 28, 2000 7:44 pm|
|Nickolay Dudorov||Sep 28, 2000 8:00 pm|
|Greg Lehey||Sep 28, 2000 8:04 pm|
|Jordan Hubbard||Sep 28, 2000 9:05 pm|
|Alfred Perlstein||Sep 29, 2000 12:18 am|
|Alfred Perlstein||Sep 29, 2000 12:30 am|
|Gerhard Sittig||Sep 29, 2000 10:11 am|
|Tony Johnson||Sep 30, 2000 4:46 pm|
|Bill Fumerola||Sep 30, 2000 5:01 pm|
|Matthew Thyer||Sep 30, 2000 6:53 pm|
|Siobhan Patricia Lynch||Oct 2, 2000 6:34 pm|
|Subject:||Re: interesting problem|
|From:||Nickolay Dudorov (nn...@mail.nsk.ru)|
|Date:||Sep 28, 2000 8:00:06 pm|
In article <2000...@wantadilla.lemis.com> you wrote:
I don't think this has much to to with the current situation: based on the evidence we have seen, it seems that Tony has tried to boot a release snapshot of -CURRENT. It failed. Coincidentally, he has also disabled IDE support in the belief that this might buy him something. Now he comes and claims that there is a connection between these two events, but he doesn't give us any evidence.
I must say that (at least in my configuration) there IS the connection between 'trap 12' while booting CURRENT builded (with build+install-world and build+install-kernel) at 27.09 and 28.09 AND disabled in BIOS IDE controller.
My system is based on Abit's BP6 motherboard with two Celerons 366. If I disable in BIOS conf. menu standard IDE controller and try to boot the system with the (ATA) disks on the HPT366 controller I receive 'trap 12' after 'atapci0: Busmastering DMA not enabled' message. After enabling primary IDE controller in BIOS without any disks or CDROMs on it I successfully boot this -current system and write this message from it.
-current builded at 24.09 successfully boots and works on my system with primary and secondary IDE controllers disabled in BIOS.
Unfortunately I have no time to spend on debugging this situation. If somebody ( sos ?) wants the screen shot of the trap message I can send it to you (with the results of the 'nm'-ing the kernel ?).
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