On Tue, 15 Jun 2004, Aaron Peterson wrote:

> hah, had to transcribe this whole thing with pen and paper since I
> couldn't think of any other way to copy it.  I put the install cd in for
> FreeBSD 4.10, turn on the server, hit [Enter] to boot immediately
> instead of going to command prompt.  in the Kernel Configuration menu, I
> just skip and boot the default kernel.  It finds devices that scroll
> accross the screen, network cards:
> This is a Compaq DL380 server (dual P3 733s and ECC RAM).  I've swapped
> out each memory module with a known good memory module one by one, and
> every configuration still generates this error.  OpenBSD and Redhat seem
> to run just fine on this machine too.  What can I do?  I don't
> understand what is generating this error exactly so I don't know where
> to start.


Well, ok, I assume that you got a Dl 380 Generation 1, with the white
case, and also 4U form factor, that has an ida RAID controller as

I had one of those running with FreeBSD 4.7, later updated to 4.8-stable
with cvsup.
Ok, I had only one CPU in, and I had the OS type in SETUP set to NT4. Do
not set to
linux or SCO, that could impose problems.

Olaf Hoyer        [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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