I've had a lot of problems--and so have a few others (very few) with the 4.6 kernels not recognizing parallel ports to the point they are not useable. simply cant use them to print. The kernel on boot spits out "ppc0: cannot reserve range".
I have installed 5.0-DP1 and it_does properly recognize the parallel ports. HOWEVER if I cvsup the kernel source and recompile a new kernel (fer instance, for sound card support) that capability goes away. Has anyone else seen this??? NOthing I have done with the 4.6- or 4.7 kernels has helped. Guess it's back to 5.0-DP1, if I want to print, eh? --karl To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message