cvs commit: src/sys/dev/aic7xxx ahc_pci.c ahd_pci.c
src/sys/dev/ath if_ath_pci.c src/sys/dev/firewire fwohci_pci.c
src/sys/dev/fxp if_fxp.c src/sys/dev/puc puc_pci.c src/sys/dev/re if_re.c
src/sys/dev/sio sio_pci.c src/sys/dev/uart uart_bus_pci.c ...
trhodes at FreeBSD.org
Fri Nov 28 16:51:14 PST 2003
On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 14:51:57 -0800 (PST)
Don Lewis <truckman at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> On 28 Nov, Gordon Tetlow wrote:
> > On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 11:23:56AM +0100, Andreas Klemm wrote:
> >> This reminds me about one problem with my DELL Latitude D600
> >> notebook that is still unsolved in -current of 1-2 weeks ago.
> >> Maybe your commit is related to that problem ... I'll test ...
> >> The internal broadcom 10/100/1000 works fine, no problem.
> >> But .. if I add a 2nd Ethernet cardbus PCMCIA card and boot the
> >> device or - if I remember right - simply plug in the 3COM card
> >> into the PCMCIA slot, then PHY won't be found for the bge0
> >> interface anymore...
> > I had a similar problem with my IBM T40 laptop. It turned out that
> > the cardbus and ethernet controllers were trying to grab the same
> > region in memory. Try a boot -v and see if cbb and bge are trying
> > to grab the same region in memory.
> I had a similar problem with cbb and the internal WiFi card in my IBM
> R40. It would hang on boot when the FreeBSD told one of them to power
> down and both saw the command.
Hmmm, I had neither problem with my IBM G40. It has a broadcom and I
am using a Linksys PCMCIA wireless card.
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