cvs commit: src/sys/amd64/amd64 mp_machdep.c
andrew.lankford at verizon.net
Sat Aug 7 08:12:37 PDT 2004
>I just fixed this. Thanks for sending your kernel config. >Note that you probably shouldn't remove the acpi driver from
>the kernel config since it's practically mandatory on amd64
>and won't load correctly from the bootloader.
I rebuilt my kernel with mem and io disabled, and it worked,
thanks. Unfortunately (as I suspected from a few
messages on amd64 at freebsd.org, compiling in acpi
didn't help matters. If I disable acpi from the loader menu,
(surprising, since I thought that item only applied to acpi.ko) I can get all the way to a login screen. If I
leave it enabled, the system locks up when it tries to run
I neglected to mention earlier that I can only boot sucessfully because part of a patch to test_kbd_port in atkbdc.c, featured in PR# amd64/67745 (many thanks,
Jung-uk Kim). I don't know if that has anything to do
with acpi or other annoyances, but "in the interests
of full disclosure"...
Attached is a (successful) bootup with acpi disabled.
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