ACPI issue with ASUS P5A motherboard on 5.2-RELEASE
philip+freebsd at paeps.cx
Sun Jan 18 08:45:21 PST 2004
On 2004-01-18 13:30:37 (+0100), Gregory Poudrel <chojin at chojin.info> wrote:
> I recently had some problems with my ASUS P5A motherboard (K6-II 350) on
> FreeBSD 5.2-RELEASE. In fact, I had GENERIC kernel installed and ACPI
Can you post (a link to) your DSDT? Use acpidump -d.
> First problem:
> Time flow was incorrect. In fact, 1 second meaned 0.5 second for FreeBSD.
> Each minute I tested a ntpdate and there was 76 seconds difference. When I
> rebooted and check in BIOS, time was correct and flowed independently.
Is your BIOS set to 'local time' or to UTC? Shouldn't really matter, but
always nice to check :-)
> Second problem:
> on my LAN there is a gateway on FreeBSD 4.9-STABLE that manages the internet
> When I traceroute/ping anything on the net from my PC under 5.2, there was 120
> ms latency between my gateway and my first hop (provider LNS).
> - From any other PC of my LAN, there was normal 60 ms latency.
> I changed network cards of PC under 5.2, changed RJ45 connector... nothing
Which kind of network card is this? Is it built into the board?
> I decided on boot to disactivate ACPI by setting hint.acpi.0.disabled to 1.
> No problem anymore, normal time flowing, normal ping.
I really want some of the stuff Asus-employees get to smoke when working on
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