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Date:      Wed, 02 Oct 1996 11:06:42 -0700
From:      "Justin T. Gibbs" <gibbs@freefall.freebsd.org>
To:        Matt Rosenberg <matt@server.wulaw.wustl.edu>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org, scsi@freebsd.org, se@zpr.uni-koeln.de
Subject:   Re: 2.2 -- COMPAQ / PCI 
Message-ID:  <199610021806.LAA25132@freefall.freebsd.org>
In-Reply-To: Your message of "Wed, 02 Oct 1996 12:22:41 CDT." <Pine.NEB.3.95.961002121031.898A-100000@server.wulaw.wustl.edu> 

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>More problems with COMPAQ and the PCI bus.  I tried installing the latest
>version (2.2-960801SNAP) to try and solve the problem, but on the probe of
>the PCI bus on my COMPAQ ProLiant 5000 it fails to find any of the PCI
>devices other than the chipset and also shows the wrong amount of memory.
>  COMPAQ ProLiant 5000
>  Adaptec 2940UW
>  3Com PCI EtherLink 10/100 card
>
>from the boot disk kernel for 2.2:
> avail memory = 13496320 (13180K)
> eisa0: <CPQ1561 (System Board)>
> Probing for devices on the EISA bus
> Probing for devices on PCI bus 0:
> chip0 <Intel 82375EB PCI-EISA bridge> rev 21 on pci0:15:0
> pci0:20 Intel Corporation, device = 0x84c5, class = memory (ram) [no
>  driver assigned]
> chip1 <generic PCI bridge (vendor = 8086 device = 84c4 subclass = 0)> 
>  rev 4 on pci0:25
> chip2 <generic PCI bridge (vendor = 8086 device = 84c4 subclass = 0)>
>  rev 4 on pci0:26
>
>and then it goes on to the ISA devices.  My current FreeBSD system is in
>desparate need of upgrade, and I don't want to have to migrate to another
>flavor of UNIX.  Hints?  Suggestions?

Talk to stefan@FreeBSD.org

>
>==========================================================
>Matt Rosenberg
>Washington University School of Law
>matt@www.wulaw.wustl.edu  http://www.wulaw.wustl.edu/~matt
>==========================================================
>

--
Justin T. Gibbs
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  FreeBSD: Turning PCs into workstations
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