svn commit: r40412 - translations/nl_NL.ISO8859-1/books/faq

Rene Ladan rene at
Mon Dec 17 21:54:19 UTC 2012

Author: rene
Date: Mon Dec 17 21:54:18 2012
New Revision: 40412

  Merge up to r40411


Modified: translations/nl_NL.ISO8859-1/books/faq/book.xml
--- translations/nl_NL.ISO8859-1/books/faq/book.xml	Mon Dec 17 20:42:27 2012	(r40411)
+++ translations/nl_NL.ISO8859-1/books/faq/book.xml	Mon Dec 17 21:54:18 2012	(r40412)
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
 	%SOURCE%  en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq/book.xml
-	%SRCID%	  40403
+	%SRCID%	  40411
 <!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD DocBook XML V4.2-Based Extension//EN"
@@ -2984,37 +2984,6 @@ chip1 at pci0:31:5:        class=0x040100 c
-	<question>
-	  <para>Why are <errorname>calcru: negative runtime</errorname>
-	    or <errorname>calcru: runtime went backwards</errorname>
-	    messages pounding the console?</para>
-	</question>
-	<answer>
-	  <para>There is a known problem when enabling &intel; Enhanced
-	    SpeedStep from the BIOS: it causes the kernel to start printing
-	    <errorname>calcru</errorname> messages like this:</para>
-	  <screen>calcru: runtime went backwards from 6 usec to 3 usec for pid 37 (pagezero)
-calcru: runtime went backwards from 6 usec to 3 usec for pid 36 (vmdaemon)
-calcru: runtime went backwards from 170 usec to 138 usec for pid 35 (pagedaemon)
-calcru: runtime went backwards from 553 usec to 291 usec for pid 15 (swi6: task queue)
-calcru: runtime went backwards from 15521 usec to 10366 usec for pid 2 (g_event)
-calcru: runtime went backwards from 25 usec to 12 usec for pid 11 (swi1: net)
-calcru: runtime went backwards from 4417 usec to 3960 usec for pid 1 (init)
-calcru: runtime went backwards from 2084385 usec to 1793542 usec for pid 1 (init)
-calcru: runtime went backwards from 408 usec to 204 usec for pid 0 (swapper)</screen>
-	  <para>It is because &intel; SpeedStep (EIST) is incompatible
-	    with some motherboards.</para>
-	  <para>Workaround: Disable the EIST feature in the BIOS.  You
-	    can still achieve ACPI-based processor frequency throttling
-	    by using &man.powerd.8;.</para>
-	</answer>
-      </qandaentry>
-      <qandaentry>
 	<question id="computer-clock-skew">
 	  <para>Why does the clock on my computer keep incorrect time?</para>
@@ -3071,32 +3040,6 @@ kern.timecounter.hardware: TSC -> i82
-	<question id="null-null">
-	  <para>Why did my laptop fail to correctly probe PC
-	    cards?</para>
-	</question>
-	<answer>
-	  <para>This problem is common on laptops that boot more than
-	    one operating system.  Some non-BSD operating systems leave
-	    PC card hardware in an inconsistent state.  &man.pccardd.8;
-	    will detect the card as
-	    <errorname>"(null)""(null)"</errorname> instead of its
-	    actual model.</para>
-	  <para>You must remove all power from the PC card slot to fully
-	    reset the hardware.  Completely power off the laptop.  (Do
-	    not suspend it, do not let it go into standby; the power
-	    needs to be completely off.) Wait a few moments, and reboot.
-	    Your PC card should work now.</para>
-	  <para>Some laptop hardware lies when it claims to be off.  If
-	    the above does not work shut down, remove the battery, wait
-	    a moment, replace the battery, and reboot.</para>
-	</answer>
-      </qandaentry>
-      <qandaentry>
 	<question id="bootmanager-restore">
 	  <para>Another operating system destroyed my Boot Manager.  How
 	    do I get it back?</para>
@@ -3809,33 +3752,6 @@ kern.timecounter.hardware: TSC -> i82
-	<question id="multiport-serial-interrupts">
-	  <para>Why do I get interrupt conflicts with multi-port serial
-	    code?</para>
-	</question>
-	<answer>
-	  <para>When I compile a kernel with multi-port serial code, it
-	    tells me that only the first port is probed and the rest
-	    skipped due to interrupt conflicts.  How do I fix
-	    this?</para>
-	  <para>The problem here is that &os; has code built-in to keep
-	    the kernel from getting trashed due to hardware or software
-	    conflicts.  The way to fix this is to leave out the IRQ
-	    settings on all but one port.  Here is an example:</para>
-	  <programlisting>#
-# Multiport high-speed serial line - 16550 UARTS
-device sio2 at isa? port 0x2a0 tty irq 5 flags 0x501 vector siointr
-device sio3 at isa? port 0x2a8 tty flags 0x501 vector siointr
-device sio4 at isa? port 0x2b0 tty flags 0x501 vector siointr
-device sio5 at isa? port 0x2b8 tty flags 0x501 vector siointr</programlisting>
-	</answer>
-      </qandaentry>
-      <qandaentry>
 	<question id="generic-kernel-build-failure">
 	  <para>Why does every kernel I try to build fail to compile,
 	    even <filename>GENERIC</filename>?</para>

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