Welp, wish me luck as well. I haven't had a -current system that booted in about a 
week. I noticed that there've been changes to the acpi stuff in my cvsup this morning, 
so I'm hoping maybe the fix is in there.

        -----Original Message----- 
        From: David Wolfskill [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
        Sent: Wed 7/31/2002 4:11 PM 
        To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
        Cc: 
        Subject: Re: Today's -CURRENT -- SMP OK; UP panics
        
        

        >Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 11:58:04 -0700 (PDT)
        >From: David Wolfskill <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
        
        >[Re: panic during probes at boot time for today's -CURRENT....]
        
        Well, absent any better ideas, I rebooted the laptop, but into
        single-user mode.  It came up just fine, so I did the "fsck -p"; no
        problem.
        
        So I rebooted again (multi-user mode); it's up & running as I type --
        I'm logged in, running X, and:
        
        g1-9(5.0-C)[1] uname -a
        FreeBSD g1-9.catwhisker.org 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #7: Wed Jul 31 
10:45:23 PDT 2002     [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/common/S3/obj/usr/src/sys/LAPTOP_30W  
i386
        g1-9(5.0-C)[2]
        
        
        Weird.
        
        Cheers,
        david       (links to my resume at http://www.catwhisker.org/~david)
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