Hi Hans

Sure, I will try it out later and mail the results.

Now I'm running current with usb part reverted to 9.1. It gets me pass the
usb probing to the part that I really wanted to confirm. If FreeBSD
supports the SSD drive on the new MacBook Air. It seems that it doesn't so
that one more thing that we need to look into.

Johannes Lundberg
BRILLIANTSERVICE CO., LTD. <http://www.brilliantservice.co.jp>

On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 10:06 AM, Hans Petter Selasky <h...@bitfrost.no>wrote:

> On 08/26/13 21:02, Lundberg, Johannes wrote:
>> Hi Hans
>> Thanks but nothing of that makes any difference. Well, it's gonna be
>> difficult to find the diff I think... The oldest image I could find was
>> from May.
>> What I'm doing now is compiling a bootonly.iso of current with a xhci.h/c
>> that's reverted to 9.1 release version to see if that will boot.
> Hi,
> If it just hangs, can be an IRQ looping issue.
> You can also try to boot using bootverbose and configure the xhci driver
> with debugging on in the sys/dev/usb/controller/xhci.c by default to see
> just what is exactly going on.
> If you can suggest a patch, that would be great.
> --HPS
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