> I am trying to install -CURRENT on ThinkPad 770ED with a limited success
> so far. I noticed that when the kernel boots on this notebook, it
> complains about PCI BIOS entry call point not being available. The
> following is a boot -v output from my kernel file(see below for further
> comments):

You will probably need the ACPI module for this laptop to work.  Grab the 
'acpi.ko' file from another -current system and put it on the second 
floppy.  It ought to load automatically; if not, "load acpi" at the 
loader prompt will DTRT.

The confusing 1.0 vs. 0.00 message is probably just a glitch in Warner's 

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