On Sun, 28 Sep 2014 18:43:45 -0700, Garrett Cooper wrote
> When I was debugging getting ACPI to work on my netbook, here were
> some other things I did to get the system up and going: - Built a
> stripped down kernel that just contains the essential bits (CPU,
> filesystem, storage). - built one kernel with debug bits and one
> with release bits (titled them differently of course). - built
> networking and other components as klds and loaded them at boot.
> This gave me a quick turnaround time when figuring out what was
> broken suspend/resume wise. It might help you isolate which drivers
> or subsystems are causing boot issues as well (at least netbook
> system boot is relatively quick compared to the other systems I boot
> off of with gobs of ram and storage drives...).
Yes, that's gold. It might not apply to the specific case where
device probe does not complete, but I'll give it a try. Give me a
day or two.
José Pérez Arauzo
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