Freebsd custom installation cd

yusuf özbilgin ozbilgin at
Sun Sep 21 22:47:07 UTC 2008

ata8-master --> ata8 --> atapci1

and atapci1 is Intel Ahci Controller.

I used GENERIC conf file and recompile the kernel but the problem is still exist. (I am using freebsd7)

Then I added IDE disk to the system The system didnt detect the ide disk.

This mainboard is G33 chipset Intel mainboard (BOXDG33FBC) (first mail was wrong)

I try to mount floppy to save the dmesg output while installation but It also gave the error 

g_vfs_done(): fd0[read(offset=0, length=8192)] error = 6

I thougt that may be floopy or diskette error I tried to mount usb mass storage then 
It gave the "umass0 BBB reset failed timeout" error and stoped the booting.

I tried different G33 chipset Intel mainboard (BOXDG33FBC) but problem continued.

I tried with freebsd 6.2 cd it also didnt detect the disk.

Freebsd7 installation cd is not giving any error. 


> Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2008 06:49:37 -0700
> From: koitsu at
> To: ozbilgin at
> CC: freebsd-stable at
> Subject: Re: Freebsd custom installation cd
> On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 04:47:57AM +0300, yusuf özbilgin wrote:
>> I added kernel configuration as attachment.
>> When I boot system via freebsd live cd 
>> at boot process 
>> ....
>> hptrr: no controller detected.
>> acd0:DVDR at ata2-master UDMA66
>> ad16: 476938MB  at ata8-master SATA300
>> then everthing is ok.
>> but when I boot via custom installation cd;
>> ad16 is not listed at boot screen. then saying no disk at fdisk section.
>> I think there is missing kernel module but I couldnt find it.
> This isn't enough information.  We need to see what ata8-master is
> associated with, device-wise.  That means tracking it down like
> this:
> ata8-master --> ata8 --> atapciXX
> We need to see the dmesg information for all of those.  Chances are the
> disk falls under ata(4), but I'm not sure.
> A brief glimpse shows your kernel configuration looks fine, although
> incredibly bloated.
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