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Date:      Mon, 26 Apr 1999 23:25:49 -0700
From:      "Greg Shaffer" <gshaffer@leaky.com>
To:        "Warner Losh" <imp@harmony.village.org>
Cc:        <current@freebsd.org>, <gshaffer@leaky.com>
Subject:   RE: Fatal Trap 12 
Message-ID:  <000001be9076$cab087e0$024ab8c7@aegis.leaky.com>
In-Reply-To: <199904260733.BAA08842@harmony.village.org>

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Warner,

Thanks for the pointer! The only card I have that specifies a memory address
is ed0 at 0xd8000. I removed the memory address in my config file, rebuilt
the kernel and everything seems to works fine now. This is a older NE2000
clone card with jumpers for irq and memory address. I have been using this
card for years without a problem or complaint. Why would it cause problems
now?

Thanks again.
Greg Shaffer

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Warner Losh [mailto:imp@harmony.village.org]
> Sent: Monday, April 26, 1999 12:34 AM
> To: Greg Shaffer
> Subject: Re: Fatal Trap 12
>
>
> In message <000101be8f95$45256410$024ab8c7@aegis.leaky.com> "Greg
> Shaffer" writes:
> : At trace in ddb provides the following:
> : kvtop(0) at kvtop+0x2d
> : isa_compat_probe(...) at isa_compat_probe+0x297
> : DEVICE_PROBE(...) at DEVICE_PROBE+0x25
>
> Hmmm.  Looks like somebody is trying to use location zero...  I've
> seen this when I had a bogus mem address for a card.
>
> Warner
>



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