On Jun 12, 2008, at 6:38 PM, Robert Huff wrote:

Christopher Sean Hilton writes:

I can try that later but given that the em driver is already in the
kernel I don't expect it to bear fruit. However, can you do a kldstat
on your machine with the em card? It will tell me if there is some
firmware module or something that I'm missing.

huff@>> kldstat
Id Refs Address    Size     Name
1   47 0xc0400000 4b9868   kernel (/boot/kernel/kernel)
2    2 0xc08ba000 29820    linux.ko (/boot/kernel/linux.ko)
3    1 0xc08e4000 2839c    if_em.ko (/boot/kernel/if_em.ko)
4    1 0xc090d000 24b4     accf_http.ko (/boot/kernel/accf_http.ko)
5    1 0xc0910000 6a808    acpi.ko (/boot/kernel/acpi.ko)
6    1 0xc4e76000 7000     linprocfs.ko (/boot/kernel/linprocfs.ko)
7    1 0xc5207000 1f000    nfsserver.ko (/boot/kernel/nfsserver.ko)
8    1 0xc5239000 a000     nfslockd.ko (/boot/kernel/nfslockd.ko)
9    1 0xc5244000 f000     krpc.ko (/boot/kernel/krpc.ko)

P.S. In digging around on Google I found kern/117926 in the Bug
tracking system.

        That machine has a ASUS P4B motherboard.

Doesn't look like there's a firmware module though.


-- Chris

Chris Hilton e: chris|at|vindaloo| dot|com
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