I thought I'd take the plunge and jump from -STABLE to -CURRENT on my
IBM ThinkPad T23.

Sadly, there is no love from -CURRENT.  I was able to rebuild world and
create a kernel, but when I boot with the new kernel, it freezes.

Specifically, the boot loader loads the kernel, and the spinning baton
moves one notch and halts; a few seconds later the cursor changes from an
underscore to a full block and then I pronounce the system hung.

What tools are at my disposal to help figure out what's going on?  I tried
'boot -v' but that showed nothing; I'm not sure if DDB will help me
out.  Any suggestions?

Matthew Emmerton      || [EMAIL PROTECTED]
GSI Computer Services || http://www.gsicomp.on.ca

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