On Mon, Jun 09, 2014 at 10:37:26PM +0200, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> On 06/09/14 22:34, Steve Kargl wrote:
> > I updated my FreeBSD-current system from an
> > April 9th kernel/world (r264280M, which was
> > running fine) to today sources (r267284), and
> > have successfully turned the system into a brick
> > if I include the USB ohci device in my kernel.
> > During the verbose boot process, the brick stops
> > with the message
> > ohci early: SMM active, request owner change
> > At this point, one must hit the reset button
> > as there is no keyboard, yet. If I remove the
> > ohci device from the kernel config file, the
> > resulting kernel boots but the usb mouse is
> > no longer available.
> > Any pointers on how to debug/fix the ohci device
> > is appreciated.
> Check USB BIOS settings.
Thanks! My bios had a "Legacy USB" option set to auto.
I forced this to disabled and the system boots again.
The option had been set to auto for a very long
time, and USB has simply always worked.
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