I found out how to disable ACPI on boottime, and the kernel w/o the commented ataraid code boots fine. Something seems to fuck up on my config.
Greets, Tom! --- Tom Servo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > After sometime I tried myself on the kernel debugger > and did a trace (I dont have a 2nd puter, so i had > to > write it down per hand): > > panic(c05611d5,4,c59e6070,c59fbb80,c5a11880) at > panic+0xd8 > acpi_read_ivar(c59fbb80,c5a0f380,4,c0595bc0) at > acpi_read_ivar+0x96 > ata_pci_match(c5a11880) at ata_pci_match+0x854 > ata_pci_probe(c5a11880,c5a11880,c5a10480,c5a11880,0) > at ata_pci_probe+0xd > . > . > . > > So my box crashes in acpi when it tries to > initialize > my Promise. When I comment out the regarding code in > ata, the box boots fine, all other devices work. The > kernel is a week old I think. But it did it already > a > couple of weeks before. I saw that there's a new > BIOS > update out again for my mobo, I'll try that one and > also update the kernel again. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Sports - live college hoops coverage http://sports.yahoo.com/ To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message