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3.2 Crashes with PCMCIA
- To: bugs_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: 3.2 Crashes with PCMCIA
- From: Greg Stienstra <greg_(_at_)_videotron_(_dot_)_ca>
- Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2003 20:41:17 -0500
I have an old Compaq Armada 4160T,
and loaded OpenBSD 3.2 via network. Install went fine.
I have a D-Link DE-660 + card, which I use regularly, even installed openbsd
via ftp using it. It's never given me any problems.
I didn't do much system customization beyond adding a couple of accounts and
making python 2.2.2 from sources. I did change the default shell to sh.
It has booted and run flawlessly a half dozen times.
No problems at all until now.
I booted, put the machine into "suspend" via the
switch, had dinner, came back about an hour later and
pushed the resume button. I hadn't even logged in
At the bottom of my screen I see:
ne4 at pcmcia0 function0 "D-Link, DE-660+, A": can't allocate I/O space
port 0x320/32 irq 3
ne4: where did the card go?
uvm_fault(0xd0527138, 0x0, 0, 1) -> e
kernel: page fault trap, code=0
Stopped at _dp8390_start+0x23: movzwl 0x24c(%ebx), %eax
continue doesn't seem to bring it back to life.
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