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Date:      Wed, 15 Mar 95 23:21 MET
From:      me@tartufo.pcs.dec.com (Michael Elbel)
To:        faulkner@mpd.tandem.com
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: GUS woes
Message-ID:  <m0rp1RJ-000Pa0C@tartufo.pcs.dec.com>
References:  <9503092001.AA12525@halloran-eldar.lcs.mit.edu> <9503092009.AA17107@olympus>

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In pcs.freebsd.questions you write:

>I got stuck on boot once, hanging on the GUS.  That is when I pulled out
>the dos init prog.  They say Dos init isn't required anymore but I don't
>quite believe it, yet.

I slowly get the impression that this is card and/or card configuration
dependent. I've had the "has to boot dos" problem till end of last year,
I beleive. Kernels newer than January this year have always initialized
my 1Meg GUS 2.4 properly. Then there was Amancio Hasty's shot at a
sound driver that supports vat. This then put my card into the doesn't work
state no matter whether I booted DOS first or not. Go figure.
-- 
Michael Elbel, Digital-PCS GmbH, Muenchen, Germany - me@FreeBSD.org
Fermentation fault (coors dumped)



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