+-------[ Kenneth D. Merry ]----------------------
| The answer is...the USB code.
I have also solved my problem, and my answer is SMB code..
When booting an SMP kernel with SMB enabled, trying to access /dev/smb0
returns device not configured (works fine in UP mode).
Removing the SMB (and related options) from my kernel config and I'm through
a buildworld. I'm going to do a few more to make sure it's not a fluke, but,
somehow I think that's it.
So can I take it the smbbus on my mobo is hosed?
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