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Mon Jun 4 18:46:45 UTC 2007
On 6/4/07, Rui Paulo <rpaulo at fnop.net> wrote:
> At Mon, 04 Jun 2007 10:46:37 +0200,
> Ian FREISLICH wrote:
> > Rui Paulo wrote:
> > > At Sat, 02 Jun 2007 01:45:06 +0100,
> > > Rui Paulo wrote:
> > > > Can you try a 7.0-CURRENT i386 snapshot CD and see if it hangs when
> > > > booting the second core?
> > > > If it hangs, it should hang at:
> > > > ACPI APIC Table: <APPLE Apple00>
> > >
> > > Just to clarify, I asked you to boot an i386 CD because there's a
> > > problem with older MacBooks and I would like this information so that
> > > I can better understand the problem.
> > I can verify a hang at this point with the 7.0-CURRENT-200705-i386
> > snapshot.
> Press a key and the second core should come up.
> > I was wondering how to get it past this point so that I
> > could finish the install. If I boot in "safe mode" from the beasie
> > menu, the boot works up until the point it prints "going nowhere
> > without my init"
> That's a 7.0 bug. Try using a 6.2 CD and then updating to 7.
I was trying to get catch up this weekend so I could help you out and
6.2didn't have network for me on my Pro C2D. I installed
it keeps giving me library errors (specifically libz.so.4 not found when
trying to run cvsup to up to the most recent -current).
I am open to anything for testing on the Pro C2D so what route would you
like me to take?
> Rui Paulo
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