This is a discussion on Re: 6.4 RC1 locks up solid on first reboot - FreeBSD ; On Friday 24 October 2008 02:48:13 pm Jo Rhett wrote: > So I booted up by CD and used Fixit mode to switch the system to boot > via serial (keyboard detached), but this gathered me even less. > > ...
On Friday 24 October 2008 02:48:13 pm Jo Rhett wrote:
> So I booted up by CD and used Fixit mode to switch the system to boot
> via serial (keyboard detached), but this gathered me even less.
> /boot.config: -Dh
> Consoles: internal video/keyboard serial port
> BIOS drive A: is disk0
> BIOS drive C: is disk1
> BIOS drive D: is disk2
> BIOS 639kB/4062144kB available memory
> FreeBSD/i386 bootstrap loader, Revision 1.1
> Plugging back in the monitor after lockup showed only a single char
This confirms it is hanging in one of the two BIOS routines to output a
character. One thing you can do would be to boot up and do the following:
dd if=/dev/mem bs=0x400 count=1 of=idt.out
dd if=/dev/mem bs=64k iseek=15 count=1 of=bios.out
Then place those files some place I can fetch them. You might also play with
any BIOS settings you have for serial console redirection to see if they make
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