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
> update out again for my mobo, I'll try that one and
> also update the kernel again.

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