In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> John Baldwin writes:
: On 30-Oct-01 Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
: > In message <000801c1617c$9599ad00$[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Jan
: > Stocker
: > writes:
: >>Ive updated the first time my system to current (Oct-28, with cvsup). After
: >>a make
: >>buildword and installworld, i made a new GENERIC kernel and copied the file
: >>GENERIC.hints to /boot/device.hints and installed the new kernel. I ve
: >>updated all files in /etc and remade all devices. Now a bootup hangs:
: >>a) The kernel is loading
: >>b) acpi.ko is loading
: >>c) "Pentium Pro MTRR support enable"
: >>d) "WARNING: Driver mistake: destroy_dev on 154/0"
: >>next is a kernel panic "dont do that"
: > Remove the asr driver from your kernel config until somebody
: > fixes its use of destroy_dev()
: Maybe we should remove it from GENERIC?
Scott told me on IRC last night that he'd take care of the problem
today. If it isn't fixed by midnight, I'm commenting it out of GENERIC.
: Warner, do you think we need an updating entry for this?
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