PCMCIA Modem causes hang on boot

M. Warner Losh imp at bsdimp.com
Mon Jun 7 05:34:55 GMT 2004

In message: <060720040509.2054.40C3F894000BED390000080621603763169C990A9D0BD20AD206 at att.net>
            j.e.drews at att.net writes:
: Hello Warner:
:  I tried a good bit this weekend to get this card to work in NetBSD but it did not. The latest dmesg output is here:
: http://www.silbsd.org/bugreports/acpi.dmesg2.txt
: I also saw this entry in the /etc/defaults/pccard.conf:
: # Zoom 56K modem 
: # Freezes your system entirely if you don't have the reset..
: card "Zoom Telephonics, Inc." "PCMCIA 56K LT DataFax"
:         config  auto "sio" ?
:         reset   1000
: I wonder if that freeze condition would apply to this card also?
: Would the reset 1000 be the same? Recall that my Hawking PN612 tries
: to use sio4. I will continue with the kernel debugging and try to
: get a core file.

Maybe.  I've been thinking about this all weekened, and I don't know
why it would be happening.  oldcard does (did?) a COR reset, but
NEWCARD doesn't, so having a longer reset time might not hekp...


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