I gave up of 8.0-RC3 a few days ago because I was unable of fix a missing /dev/agp,
but I got better after reading "freeze up a few seconds about once a minute",
just after restart a frozen pc.
I start to storm again but the only thing I know is:
a) slackware agp nod makes no sense
b) obscure halts during lilo are happening
c) frost login prompts broke with my freebsd zippy cowsay fortune fun
I need some clues or better, a breakpoint hint.
> Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 16:48:46 -0500
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Cisco Aironet MPI350 Fix
> I have a Cisco Aironet MPI350 PCI card in my Thinkpad X31, and on a
> fresh install of FreeBSD 8.0-RC3, the card did not work. Also, it caused
> my system to freeze up for a few seconds about once a minute as the
> driver spit out "an0: device timeout" messages so long as the interface
> was up. I researched the issue, and found the following fix already in
> dragonflybsd's tree:
> I modified the patch and applied it to FreeBSD's kernel (trivial), and
> am happy to report that my card is now working flawlessly. Could someone
> possibly review this patch and integrate it into the source tree so that
> others may benefit from it as well?
> The patch is based off of 8.0-RC3's code, but applies to the latest code
> as well without modification.
> Thank you,
> Jeremy O'Brien
Agora a pressa amiga da perfeio. Chegou o Windows 7. Conhea!