:>     My test box, with a pristine 5.x kernel, crashes on boot... it only
:>     gets a few lines in, prints the amount of memory the machine has,
:>     and BEWM.  Low memory page fault.
:I saw the same thing myself.  It turns out, though, that I was using 
:COPTFLAGS= -march=pentium -Os -pipe
:to compile my kernel.  When I used the stock opt flags of
:COPTFLAGS= -O -pipe
:to compile my kernel, my machine booted OK.  It appears as though some

    Yes, that works for me.  But I don't think it's the optimizer that's
    causing the problem.

    Even though I couldn't get a stack backtrace I was able to look at the
    stack in hex, and wonud up with:

    c02347f0 t none_saver
    c02347f8 T sc_probe_unit
    c0234844 t scvidprobe
    c0234870 t sckbdprobe
    c02348a0 t adapter_name

    Fault at 0x60       ( IP = 0x60 ... indirect jump through NULL obviously)
    0xc023485b  <-------        inside scvidprobe
    0xc02a9aa0  <-------        sc_consdev structure

    It looks like sccnattach() is calling scvidprobe() and scvidprobe()
    is then:

0xc023484b <scvidprobe+7>:      cmpl   $0x0,0x10(%ebp)
0xc023484f <scvidprobe+11>:     setne  %al
0xc0234852 <scvidprobe+14>:     movzbl %al,%eax
0xc0234855 <scvidprobe+17>:     push   %eax
0xc0234856 <scvidprobe+18>:     call   0xc0229c90 <vid_configure>    <----****
0xc023485b <scvidprobe+23>:     push   %ebx
0xc023485c <scvidprobe+24>:     push   $0xc0282682
0xc0234861 <scvidprobe+29>:     call   0xc0229b4c <vid_find_adapter>

    Calling vid_configure and vid_configure is dying.

    The list is generated from a linker_set ... one of those special linker

    Something's broken the list.... maybe the DATA_SET macro is something ilke

                                        Matthew Dillon 
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