David Wolfskill wrote:
>>From: "Michael D. Harnois" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>Date: 26 Feb 2002 08:38:22 -0600
>>I cvsuped and built world and kernel this morning, and the kernel hangs
>>at atkbd0: <AT Keyboard> flags 0x1 irq 1 on atkbdc0.
> I didn't see that problem.  Indeed, my (desktop) build machine built and
> ran today's -CURRENT just fine.  By "today's," I'm referring to the
> results after a "cvs update" from a local CVS repository updated:


> My laptop (using sources of the same vintage) was not so fortunate,
> however.  Although it built and ran -CURRENT OK yesterday, and built
> today's -CURRENT OK, when I tied to boot (even in single-user mode), I
> got the following (hand-transcribed, as my laptop doesn't have a serial
> console):


I'm seeing both on this machine (desktop) here. A GENERIC + smbus + 
iicbb + iicbus kernel with a few modules specified for preloading in 
/etc/loader.conf bails out immediately (not even CLK calibration comes 
up) with "Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode [...]", then 
hangs. 'unload'-ing all modules from the loader and booting the plain 
kernel (+ acpi.ko) gets to atkbd0, then panics. No tracing possible, 
just more panics. The world was cvsup'd and built a few hours ago.

Michael Nottebrock

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