Re: ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libglib-2.0.so.0: Undefined symbol "environ"

2018-12-28 Thread Emiel Kollof
Confirmed with Chromium on my CURRENT box: [ekollof@elrond /usr/home/ekollof]$ uname -a FreeBSD elrond 13.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 13.0-CURRENT r342278 GENERIC-NODEBUG amd64 [ekollof@elrond /usr/home/ekollof]$ chrome ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libglib-2.0.so.0: Undefined symbol "environ" Graham

Re: Composite PCI devices in FreeBSD (mfd in Linux)

2018-12-11 Thread Emiel Kollof
Anthony Jenkins schreef op 2018-12-10 18:00: Hi all, I'm trying to port an Intel PCI I2C controller from Linux to FreeBSD. Linux represents this device as an MFD (multi-function device), meaning it has these "sub-devices" that can be handed off to other drivers to actually attach devices

Re: distcc and freebsd

2003-08-14 Thread Emiel Kollof
Op maandag 11 augustus 2003 19:26, schreef Christer Gundersen: anyone gotten this to work? Yes, I have. It seems like I cant. I followed the howto on their page, but it seems like distccd dont startup right. ('ps aux' shows distccd running) Like, distccd runs but it dont open the port that

Re: got bad cookie warnings/errors?

2003-08-14 Thread Emiel Kollof
Op zondag 10 augustus 2003 20:50, schreef Lars Eggert: [snip] I have a vague feeling they are related to a directory changing while it is being read, and might mean that the NFS client sees an inconsistent version of the directory. It's been a long time since I looked at it though.

got bad cookie warnings/errors?

2003-08-11 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hi gang, I've been seeing lots of these lately: got bad cookie vp 0xc2f40b68 bp 0xc929a1e8 got bad cookie vp 0xc318d124 bp 0xc91d4240 ... I grepped around, and it seems it has something to do with NFS (well, I found this being printf'ed in src/sys/nfsclient/nfs_bio.c I have two NFS machines

Re: I'm leaving the project

2002-12-17 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Matt Dillon ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Thanks to my dear friend Warner Losh. I've decided to leave FreeBSD and flame in another project. Maybe I could join OpenBSD, the seem to share my views on how to deal with other people. Damn, isn't it a little early for april fool? Cheers, Emiel

Re: ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-12-08 Thread Emiel Kollof
On Sunday 01 December 2002 08:28, Bruce Evans wrote: On Thu, 28 Nov 2002, Maxime Henrion wrote: Emiel Kollof wrote: [root@tiamat]:/root mount 10.0.0.11:/storage /mnt/azazel [root@tiamat]:/root cd /mnt/azazel /mnt/azazel: Input/output error. This looks like a totally different

Re: ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-12-01 Thread Emiel Kollof
On Sunday 01 December 2002 08:28, Bruce Evans wrote: From a remote host (A FreeBSD STABLE one): [root@tiamat]:/root mount 10.0.0.11:/storage /mnt/azazel [root@tiamat]:/root cd /mnt/azazel /mnt/azazel: Input/output error. This looks like a totally different problem. I'm not

Re: ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-11-28 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Maxime Henrion ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Can you try the attached patch and tell me if it works ? Tried it, and no, it doesn't work. Also, when I kill mountd and restart it, I get a kernel panic. HUPping mountd just gives the same error. Cheers, Emiel -- A diplomat is a man who can

Re: ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-11-28 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Maxime Henrion ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: There were stupid mistakes in this patch. Can you try this one instead ? *grin* NOW you tell me... geez :) Well, disregard that previous report then, is was based on your old patch. Cheers, Emiel To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-11-28 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Maxime Henrion ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: There were stupid mistakes in this patch. Can you try this one instead ? Yes, this one seems to work. Cheers, Emiel -- Good day to avoid cops. Crawl to school. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in

Re: ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-11-28 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Emiel Kollof ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: There were stupid mistakes in this patch. Can you try this one instead ? Yes, this one seems to work. Hold on.. now remote hosts _see_ the ext2fs share, but mounting will not work. Yes it will mount without failing, but accessing won't work. From

ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-11-27 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hey folks, I'm having some odd trouble with exporting a ext2fs with NFS. First of, some info: uname: FreeBSD azazel.ipv6.hackerheaven.org 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #1: Wed Nov 27 19:59:24 CET 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/AZAZEL i386 mount_ext2fs.c: $FreeBSD:

Re: ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-11-27 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Emiel Kollof ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Sorry for the reply to self, this needs some clarifying before people jump to all the wrong conclusions: kernel: ext2fs doesn't support the old mount syscall mountd[344]: could not remount /storage: Operation not supported mountd[344]: bad exports

Re: ext2fs and NFS exporting wackyness

2002-11-27 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Juli Mallett ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: kernel: ext2fs doesn't support the old mount syscall mountd[344]: could not remount /storage: Operation not supported I have the same problem, more or less, with UFS :( I can no longer set up an NFS server, but only started

Re: [ GEOM tests ] disklabel warnings and vinum drives lost

2002-10-04 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Peter Wemm ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: vinum is so much unbelievable stuff in it. Consider this stuff: sys/dev/vinum/vinumio.c: [Big ugly if/else fallthrough snipped] Ick... Which sick person wrote that? switch() and cpp macros usually do wonders in cases like these in terms of

(forw) CryptoGraphic Disk.

2002-10-04 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hi folks, Seems that the NetBSD-current people have a cool new toy. Any chance of getting this into FreeBSD CURRENT in the future? See forward. Cheers, Emiel - Forwarded message from Roland Dowdeswell [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Date: Fri, 04 Oct 2002 15:09:22 -0400 From: Roland Dowdeswell

Re: (forw) CryptoGraphic Disk.

2002-10-04 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Poul-Henning Kamp ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Emiel Kollof writes: Seems that the NetBSD-current people have a cool new toy. Any chance of getting this into FreeBSD CURRENT in the future? See forward. We already have much the same in the GEOM_AES module

Re: web browsers

2002-09-05 Thread Emiel Kollof
* John Baldwin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Umm, developers are free to use whatever applications they want on their personal machines. The only thing that could possibly have any PR relation to web designers would be if we shipped an actual web browser in the base system that was offensive

Re: patch: make syslog stop spamming any root it finds...

2002-04-05 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Poul-Henning Kamp ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I have always hated the three lines in /etc/syslog.conf which spams root with far too many and far too irrellevant syslog messages, in some cases even with several copies of them. Amen to that. You got my vote. Usually when I set up a FreeBSD

Re: kldxref problem

2002-03-31 Thread Emiel Kollof
On Sun, 2002-03-31 at 09:51, Terry Lambert wrote: Perhaps if the kernel printf also ignored the request to print the little S.O.B. out, there would be less confusion... I'm still sticking to the idea that one could test for kldxref, and if it isn't there, don't execute it. [ -x

Re: Broken bktr(4) module

2002-03-25 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Crist J. Clark ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I believe the recent changes to the bktr(4) module Makefile broke it, === bktr === bktr/bktr make: don't know how to make smbus.h. Stop *** Error code 2 Stop in /usr/src/sys/modules/bktr. *** Error code 1 Hmm, I am not alone I see here..

Re: Broken bktr(4) module

2002-03-25 Thread Emiel Kollof
* David O'Brien ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Hmm, I am not alone I see here.. Already filed a PR about it. What was the PR number. I already fixed it. For build problem things like this, emailing the list is better as people will see it MUCH quicker. kern/36298, but it's already closed.

Re: 4.5-5.0 kldxref:No such file or directory

2002-03-12 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Crist J. Clark ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: *** Error code 1 (ignored) ^ Note. Since there is no kldxref in 4.5, this should probably included in the bootstrap process somehow. A known issue. The install process deliberately ignores this as a

Re: 4.5-5.0 kldxref:No such file or directory

2002-03-12 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Crist J. Clark ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: The warning is just how make(1) works, AFAIK, you can use shell cmd's in bsd make... # Calling kldxref(8) for each module is expensive. .if !defined(NO_XREF) .MAKEFLAGS:=${.MAKEFLAGS} -DNO_XREF afterinstall: -kldxref

Re: 4.5-5.0 kldxref:No such file or directory

2002-03-12 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Emiel Kollof ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: # Calling kldxref(8) for each module is expensive. .if !defined(NO_XREF) .MAKEFLAGS:=${.MAKEFLAGS} -DNO_XREF afterinstall: @if [ -x /usr/sbin/kldref ]; then \ kldxref ${DESTDIR}${KMODDIR}; \ fi .endif Gah! I musn't

Re: -CURRENT in pretty good shape, after all

2002-02-25 Thread Emiel Kollof
machines (two SpartStations, a 5 and a 10). How does one go running CURRENT on those? I would like to serve as a test-bed for it. /offtopic Cheers, Emiel Kollof To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: HEADS UP: ACPI CA updated

2002-02-25 Thread Emiel Kollof
Magnus B{ckstr|m heeft op zondag 24 februari 2002 om 22:30 het volgende geschreven: + mtx_lock(Giant); + Wasn't this _not_ the way to lock GIant, according to Matt Dillon? Look for previous posts where he explains. Cheers, Emiel Kollof To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: ACPI issues and questions (Dell Inspiron 3700)

2002-02-25 Thread Emiel Kollof
:) Cheers, Emiel Kollof To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Mergemaster niggle

2002-02-06 Thread Emiel Kollof
Take a look ath this diff: --- /etc/nsmb.conf Wed Jan 30 05:31:21 2002 +++ ./etc/nsmb.conf Wed Feb 6 16:20:55 2002 @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ -# $FreeBSD: src/etc/nsmb.conf,v 1.4 2002/01/29 00:23:34 cjc Exp $ +# $FreeBSD: src/etc/nsmb.conf,v 1.3 2002/01/07 08:41:55 sheldonh Exp $ # # smbfs

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-06 Thread Emiel Kollof
On Wednesday 06 February 2002 06:10, Garance A Drosihn wrote: [performance complaint snip] Could it be due to the DDB, INVARIANTS WITNESS options in the kernel? If it is that's fine with me, I'm just wondering where that magnitude of a slowdown would be coming from. I would think so (iow,

Re: Junior Annoying Hacker Task

2002-02-02 Thread Emiel Kollof
Nik Clayton heeft op zaterdag 2 februari 2002 om 13:37 het volgende geschreven: Let me know the form you want the hierarchy to take, so you can stick it into the GTK hierarchy thingy; Just go and port NetInfo from Apple's Darwin. Now that is a cool idea. Netinfo has been around for quite

Re: Junior Annoying Hacker Task

2002-02-02 Thread Emiel Kollof
Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH heeft op zaterdag 2 februari 2002 om 16:48 het volgende geschreven: On Sat, 2002-02-02 at 08:52, Emiel Kollof wrote: Oh, I am not volunteering, it's way beyond my capabilities. Hm, Darwin is (userspace-wise) mostly FreeBSD 3.x, isn't it? I wouldn't expect porting

Re: many copies of make running while building a port...

2002-01-31 Thread Emiel Kollof
Alan Eldridge heeft op woensdag 30 januari 2002 om 23:09 het volgende geschreven: Hmm, curious. The symptoms disappeared when I commented the line USE_GCC30=TRUE out of my make.conf. I switched it on because I read on the current@ list that someone enabled it and didn't have any

Re: many copies of make running while building a port...

2002-01-31 Thread Emiel Kollof
Dan Nelson heeft op woensdag 30 januari 2002 om 22:18 het volgende geschreven: Is USE_GCC30 actually supported? Should I just keep my hands off that? Or will it be a valid knob to switch over in the near future? That was me, actually. I forgot to mention that I had a local hack in

Re: many copies of make running while building a port...

2002-01-30 Thread Emiel Kollof
Dan Nelson heeft op woensdag 30 januari 2002 om 19:27 het volgende geschreven: Number of procs in top(1) shoot up into the ranges of 600+ procs (and usually defunct). Load average sometimes jumps up into the 100+ (I kid you not). I doubt that that is desired operation. I only started seeing

many copies of make running while building a port...

2002-01-29 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hi gang, Just a question: It seems while building a port, the ports system somehow spawns hundreds and hundreds of copies of make (even so much that they start hitting system limits). What's causing it, and how do I make it stop doing that. Number of procs in top(1) shoot up into the ranges

Re: many copies of make running while building a port...

2002-01-29 Thread Emiel Kollof
Emiel Kollof heeft op woensdag 30 januari 2002 om 07:06 het volgende geschreven: Number of procs in top(1) shoot up into the ranges of 600+ procs (and usually defunct). Load average sometimes jumps up into the 100+ (I kid you not). I doubt that that is desired operation. I only started

Re: __stderrp error

2002-01-20 Thread Emiel Kollof
Julian Elischer heeft op maandag 21 januari 2002 om 08:34 het volgende geschreven: Lots of my old programs get: /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libpng.so.3: Undefined symbol __stderrp this is NOT the error in UPDATING [...] It isn't? It's related. I've seen it before. Setting

Kernel panic... (was Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?)

2002-01-16 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Emiel Kollof ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: exclusive (sleep mutex) Giant (0xc0462c00) locked @ /usr/src/sys/i386/i386/trap.c:1102 panic: system call pwrite returning with mutex(s) held Hmm, erm, go kick Alfred really hard. :) This function locks Giant and then doesn't ever unlock

Re: Kernel panic... (was Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?)

2002-01-16 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Alfred Perlstein ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: It would help if someone cc'd me on these. :P Fix should be in now. Great! Thanks! Remind me to buy you a beer if I ever get to meet you in real life :-) Right.. cvsup it is... Cheers, Emiel -- If you can survive death, you can probably

Re: Downgrading

2002-01-16 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Timothy Aslat ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Hi All, Quick question. Where would I find information on downgrading a -CURRENT to a -STABLE or -RELEASE? Well, that's going to be a hard one. If you have been running CURRENT for a while, and compiling ports in CURRENT, you will probably have

World broken again?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hi guys, Yet again, building the world is broken again for me. I am using freshly cvsupped sources as of yesterday evening (CET that is) For good measure, output from uname: FreeBSD azazel.ipv6.hackerheaven.org 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #17: Mon Jan 7 16:28:34 CET 2002 [EMAIL

Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
My kernel compile from fresh CURRENT sources bombed today with this: linking kernel.debug ddp_input.o: In function `atintr': /usr/src/sys/netatalk/ddp_input.c:51: multiple definition of `atintrq1_present' intrq.o(.data+0x0):/usr/src/sys/net/intrq.c: first defined here ddp_input.o: In function

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* John Baldwin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: The panics moan about a kernel trap and some mutex stuff involving Giant. It only happens when I start Samba. Having the actual panic messages would be very helpful here. Hmm, I will proceed to crash my machine again and have a go in hand

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* John Baldwin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: lock order reversal 1st 0xc185e934 filedesc structure @ /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_descrip.c:925 2nd 0xc0419b00 Giant @ /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_descrip.c:959 This one is due to not releasing the filedesc lock when grabbing Giant to free oldofile in

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* John Baldwin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: /var: lost blocks 62 files 8 No, that's softupdates stuff. I think releasing filedesc is ok this case, but usually I would recode it to move malloc's and free's around to avoid having to drop and reacquire locks. Ah right... Good to know...

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Ian Dowse ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Oh, on another note, is someone working at that netatalk breakage? Who do I have to discipline for that? :-) Could you try the following patch in src/sys/netatalk? The problem was caused by the -fno-common compiler option that was added to the kernel

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Emiel Kollof ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This compiles for me, but I haven't checked that it actually works. I will test it. (run netatalk and transfer some files to and fro) It compiled, and after making a connection with Appletalk with one of my macs, file transfers went off without

kld question

2002-01-10 Thread Emiel Kollof
I made a kernel module that logs execve system calls by intercepting the execve syscall, log it and then execute the original syscall. This was pretty straightforward to do, and it works beautifully on STABLE, but on CURRENT it bombs on this line: uid = p-p_cred-pc_ucred-cr_uid; So, my

RE: Offerings 28447

2002-01-08 Thread Emiel Kollof
On Tue, 8 Jan 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: BRAND NEW ANTI-SPAM TECHNOLOGY! A spammer selling anti-spamming tools? Oh the irony! :-) Cheers, Emiel To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Mutt segfaulting on current revisited...

2002-01-08 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hey folks... I just found out why my mutt MUA segfaulted. It came down to old libs lying around that were still linked with libc4 instead of libc5. Mutt (from mutt-devel port) compiled beautifully, but it segfaulted on startup. Could this be one for the FAQ or something? Maybe explaining library

Re: Mutt segfaulting on current revisited...

2002-01-08 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Dan Nelson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I just found out why my mutt MUA segfaulted. It came down to old libs lying around that were still linked with libc4 instead of libc5. Mutt (from mutt-devel port) compiled beautifully, but it segfaulted on startup. Could this be one for the FAQ or

Re: kernel compile fails...

2002-01-06 Thread Emiel Kollof
On Sun 06 Jan 02 06:54, Makoto Matsushita wrote: coolvibe What header file defines SWI_NOSWITCH? http://snapshots.jp.freebsd.org/tour/current/cgi-bin/global.cgi?pattern=SWI _NOSWITCHid=type=symbol SWI_NOSWITCH are used and/or defined by these files. You can easily find that this list have

Re: dhclient

2001-12-13 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Edwin Culp ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Is anyone using dhclient successfully with Current of the last week or so? I don't use it all the time but I have been trying for the last couple of days without success. It accesses the server and changes the interface ip to 0.0.0.0 netmask

Re: Motion for removal of xargs(1) from base system

2001-12-10 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Julian Elischer ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: ummm, what are my scripts that use it going to use instead? it seems to work fine, and it's pretty much an expected base utility. Removing it is going to cause quite a bit of confusion. I have to concurr here. Who knows what's going to break when

Re: Motion for removal of xargs(1) from base system

2001-12-10 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Jordan Hubbard ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: My, is it April 1st already? How quickly time flies! December feels like it was just yesterday! You can say that again... I missed my birthday and the new-years party too. I'm such a geek... :-) Cheers, Emiel -- No man is an island, but some of

Re: [acpi-jp 1525] Re: ACPI causes immediate reboot [Omnibook 6100] ?

2001-12-07 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Georg-W Koltermann ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Hi, I CVSuped yesterday and still see the problem that was discussed in this thread, i.e. immediate reset during kernel initialization when ACPI is enabled on an HP Omnibook 6100. The error message flies by so quickly that I cannot even read

pmap_collect: collecting pv entries -- suggest increasing PMAP_SHPGPERPROC

2001-12-02 Thread Emiel Kollof
From my dmesg: pmap_collect: collecting pv entries -- suggest increasing PMAP_SHPGPERPROC What does that mean? Is it a bug? (dmesg attached) -- 'Tis the dream of each programmer, Before his life is done, To write three lines of APL, And make the damn things run. Copyright (c) 1992-2001 The

Re: pmap_collect: collecting pv entries -- suggest increasing PMAP_SHPGPERPROC

2001-12-02 Thread Emiel Kollof
On Monday 03 December 2001 02:28, David Xu wrote: This is strange, the problem would happen in heavy forked system which have lots of pages are shared between lots of process and most are commited to these processes, this is a known FreeBSD VM problem, the pv_entry are static allocated

kvm_getswapinfo() not backwards compatible?

2001-11-26 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hey gang, I have the following piece of code: extern void getswapload() { struct kvm_swap swap[1]; int pgsize, swapused, n; kd = kvm_open(/dev/null, /dev/null, /dev/null, O_RDONLY, kvm_open); n = kvm_getswapinfo(kd, swap, 1, 0); if (n 0 ||

Re: kvm_getswapinfo() not backwards compatible?

2001-11-26 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Doug White ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: kd = kvm_open(/dev/null, /dev/null, /dev/null, O_RDONLY, kvm_open); This looks wrong I think you want the first three arguments to be NULL, not /dev/null. /dev/null is not a kernel image. :-) I could've sworn I saw it done like that in

Re: problems with 'make buildworld' on current

2001-11-22 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Landon Stewart ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: When I do a make buildworld I get an error about an incomplete type for field 'inc4_route'. I've read the /usr/src/UPDATING and found no real references to this type of problem. Am I jumping too far between 4.3-REL and current? Shouldn't be a

Re: [SUGGESTION] - disallowing shutdown after su(1)

2001-11-22 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Hiten Pandya ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [disallowing a su'ed root to shutdown the machine proposition snipped] this would be very good, i think if someone broke into a normal user and was able to gain access into root using su... (without a password..) I fail to see anything 'good' in

ACPI hangs on boot

2001-11-21 Thread Emiel Kollof
The build and all goes well, but after a reboot. the kernel boots and just hangs on the acpi_cpu and refuses to go further. deleting the acpi.ko in /boot/kernel solves the problem for me. Is there any way to _disable_ acpi all together? I tried doing it from the boot menu (using unload and