Kernel panic during boot from Live CD on Dell E6400
I'm trying to install 2.4.1 release on laptop Dell E6400. I have problems to
install FreeBSD or DragonflyBSD on it for about last 6 months. Everytime kernel
panic and I end in ddb, but keyboard is not working then. I can use this Live CD
or install it on hdd when I disable ACPI. In NetBSD or OpenBSD it's working and
on OpenBSD suspend/resume is not running.
I can't post much more details. Just what you can see in attachment as keyboard
is not working and I don't have serial console or USB -> RS232 converter.
#2 Updated by bodie almost 8 years ago
7.2 and some 6. Can't remember exactly now. But no one was current.
On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 3:27 PM, Alexander Polakov (via DragonFly issue
tracker) <email@example.com> wrote:
> Alexander Polakov <firstname.lastname@example.org> added the comment:
> Which version of FreeBSD have you tried, 7.2 or 8.0?
> status: unread -> chatting
> DragonFly issue tracker <email@example.com>
#5 Updated by bodie almost 8 years ago
Hmmm, after installation when I'm going to boot from disk trough CD installer
after these steps in loader prompt : unload ; lsdev ; set curredev="disk0s2a" ;
set debug.acpi.disable="cmbat" ; boot I get again kernel panic on attached
screenshot and keyboard is not working.