On Monday 01 March 2010 3:22:34 pm Gustau Pérez wrote: > En/na Weongyo Jeong ha escrit: > > On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 04:21:06PM -0800, Xin LI wrote: > > > >> Hi, Weongyo, > >> > >> On 2010/02/25 16:51, Weongyo Jeong wrote: > >> > >>> FYI bwn(4) driver is committed into FreeBSD tree. I think the driver > >>> supports your LP PHY device. After cvsup please try to rebuild siba_bwn > >>> and bwn modules. > >>> > >>> Could you please test with it? Please let me know and send me your > >>> full dmesg when you encounters the following problems: > >>> > >>> - if the driver doesn't work or is unstable. > >>> - if it prints debugging or verbose messages. > >>> > >> Great! Thanks for the work! > >> > >> Is it possible to MFC the work back to 8-STABLE at some point? > >> > > > > Of course yes. AFAIK it could be compiled and works without problems on > > 8-STABLE; I checked it. :-) > > > > > I'm trying to run it in STABLE right now. When kldloading if_bwm > (following the given instructions, the other modules are kldloaded) it > complains with : > > link_elf_obj: symbol _mtx_assert undefined > > looks like it fails in if_bwnvar.h. Culprit is this define : > > #define BWN_ASSERT_LOCKED(sc) > mtx_assert(&(sc)->sc_mtx, MA_OWNED) > > Do I need witness enabled to run this ? Is there any way to run it in > STABLE or do I need to run CURRENT ?
It sounds like you have INVARIANTS defined when the module was built, but your kernel does not have INVARIANT_SUPPORT defined. -- John Baldwin _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"