> And, of course, the kernel config... a fair amount of crap still not trimmed
> out, but the only difference between this config and the one used to build
> the functional kernel is apm commented out and ACPI added, which I've already
> tried reversing without much difference.
All I can say is that acpi is initilized after pcib and its children
are attached so I don't think ACPI code affects PCI stuff...
> # Power management support (see LINT for more options)
> #device apm
> device acpi
Could you disable acpi and try again to make the problem clearer?
Without `device acpi' line in your kernel config file, any ACPI code
isn't compiled in your kernel.
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