Re: cvs commit: src/sys/dev/cardbus cardbus.c cardbus_cis.c cardbus_cis.h cardbusvar.h src/sys/dev/pccard card_if.m pccard.c pccardvar.h src/sys/dev/pccbb pccbb.c pccbbvar.h src/sys/sys rman.h

2001-08-29 Thread Warner Losh

In message 20010829115934.T594-10@nihil Michael Reifenberger writes:
: On Tue, 28 Aug 2001, Jonathan Chen wrote:
: ...
:   The boot message is attached in boot.txt.
:   The backtrace is following tomorrow ( hopefully  after building a new kernel)
: 
:  That won't be necessary.  I now know what causes the panic.  Actually,
:  that's not really important.  There's something strange going on with the
:  second non-ep card insertion.  Is this a memory card you're trying to use?
: Yes.
: It is either a SANDISK Smartmedia 64MB or a Apacer CF 64MB.
: Both should attach to the ad driver...

The ata driver hasn't been NEWCARDed yet.  It needs to be updated.

Warner

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Re: cvs commit: src/sys/dev/cardbus cardbus.c cardbus_cis.c cardbus_cis.h cardbusvar.h src/sys/dev/pccard card_if.m pccard.c pccardvar.h src/sys/dev/pccbb pccbb.c pccbbvar.h src/sys/sys rman.h

2001-08-28 Thread Jonathan Chen

On Tue, Aug 28, 2001 at 12:07:10PM +0200, Michael Reifenberger wrote:
 On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Jonathan Chen wrote:
 ...
  The fix I committed this morning should get around these issues.  Please
  tell me if you run into any more problems.
 This works (now) for supported card like my ep0 (3COM...) but reboots for
 unsupported cards like my sandisk-smartmedia etc.. Is this by intention?
 
 My /etc/pccard.conf entries for this cards are:

No, that is not by intention, nor can I tell what is wrong.  I've tried 
sticking in unknown cards without ill effect.  What would be helpful is if 
you supplied at least the panic message, and a backtrace when the panic 
occues.  Or if this is a spontaneous reboot (which I really doubt), the 
dmesg from a verbose boot up to the point of reboot would be a first 
step...

Also, /etc/pccard.conf is not used with newcard.  You are using newcard, 
right?

-Jon

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Re: cvs commit: src/sys/dev/cardbus cardbus.c cardbus_cis.c cardbus_cis.h cardbusvar.h src/sys/dev/pccard card_if.m pccard.c pccardvar.h src/sys/dev/pccbb pccbb.c pccbbvar.h src/sys/sys rman.h

2001-08-28 Thread Jonathan Chen

On Wed, Aug 29, 2001 at 01:05:30AM +0200, Michael Reifenberger wrote:
 On Tue, 28 Aug 2001, Jonathan Chen wrote:
 ...
  No, that is not by intention, nor can I tell what is wrong.  I've tried
  sticking in unknown cards without ill effect.  What would be helpful is if
  you supplied at least the panic message, and a backtrace when the panic
  occues.  Or if this is a spontaneous reboot (which I really doubt), the
  dmesg from a verbose boot up to the point of reboot would be a first
  step...
 
 The boot message is attached in boot.txt.
 The backtrace is following tomorrow ( hopefully  after building a new kernel)

That won't be necessary.  I now know what causes the panic.  Actually, 
that's not really important.  There's something strange going on with the 
second non-ep card insertion.  Is this a memory card you're trying to use?

-Jon

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Re: cvs commit: src/sys/dev/cardbus cardbus.c cardbus_cis.c cardbus_cis.h cardbusvar.h src/sys/dev/pccard card_if.m pccard.c pccardvar.h src/sys/dev/pccbb pccbb.c pccbbvar.h src/sys/sys rman.h

2001-08-28 Thread Warner Losh

In message 20010828120317.U1205-10@nihil Michael Reifenberger writes:
: This works (now) for supported card like my ep0 (3COM...) but reboots for
: unsupported cards like my sandisk-smartmedia etc.. Is this by intention?

Well, that should work, but ata hasn't been NEWCARDified yet.

Warner

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