Commitable R3000Z Patch!

Astrodog astrodog at
Thu Nov 11 15:48:35 GMT 2004

Any hint will do, honestly. Just altering the patch to reflect the
change will work. I'd like to automate it by detecting the mobile
nforce3 chipsets, but I don't even know where to start with that yet.
Any suggestions?

On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 07:31:14 -0800, Brooks Davis
<brooks at> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 11, 2004 at 05:55:20AM -0800, Astrodog wrote:
> > The patch is located at
> > testing was
> > quite limited, but essentally, if you set hint.atkbd.0.disabled to 1,
> > it disables the test. I suppose it could be renamed to any number of
> > things, the code is a whole 2 lines, and is quite obvious. I'm gonna
> > wait to see if it makes -CURRENT in the next day or so, so I don't end
> > up with people grabbing ISOs from me if I don't have to (Snapshots
> > servers are your freind). Automatic detection code to follow in the
> > next day or so. This was tested on a Compaq 3004US, and it solved the
> > reboot problem. I also tested on a dual opteron 240 machine, and when
> > the hint is not set, it has no effect. I'm going to double-post to
> > freebsd-current in hopes of getting it committed sooner, so all of us
> > 3000Z-base laptop owners can have our fun with FreeBSD.
> Do you really have to use this hint?  You're changing the meaning of
> only one disabled flag which we're trying to make consistant.  If that's
> all you can use at that point, we'll live, but it seems ugly.
> -- Brooks
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