Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> I tweaked my BIOS to assign a different irq (9) to
> the NIC and now the kernel boots and runs my old userland quite nicely.
> The old kernel ran perfectly well with the NIC on irq10 ... strange.

None of your other postings identified the devices also on
IRQ10.  If I had to guess... USB?

The problem is clearly the IRQ contention; "10" is not a
"magic number".  8-).

-- Terry

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