DragonFly bugs List (threaded) for 2007-03
Re: 1.8.x: ACPI problems
YONETANI Tomokazu wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 01, 2007 at 02:03:56PM +0200, Tero M?ntyvaara wrote:
>> YONETANI Tomokazu wrote:
>>> On Wed, Feb 28, 2007 at 05:48:27AM +0200, Tero M?ntyvaara wrote:
>>>> When I boot DF normally to ACPI mode and prompt appears, I can't write
>>>> anything to prompt.
>>> "prompt" means the login prompt ("login:" or "#")?
>> I meant login prompt ("login:")
> So if you enable ACPI and boot, it won't respond to keyboard no matter
> whether you choose to boot into single- or multi-user mode?
Correct. I also noticed that when the login prompt is put on screen, the
num lock -indicator (on keyboard) is on and right after I try to write
something, the light goes off.
>>>> But If I boot to non-ACPI-mode, everything works
>>>> just fine, but I can't get to sigle user mode, because prompt freezes
>>>> there too...
>>> By "everything works just fine" you mean it manages to boot into
>>> multi-user mode in which you see "login:" prompt, but once you issue
>>> # shutdown now
>>> command and it goes to single-user mode, it stops responding to
>>> your key stroke, right? If so, it sounds like a USB keyboard issue,
>>> but I may be wrong...
>> When I issue
>> # shutdown now
>> command in non-ACPI multiuser mode, it outputs the same as in section
>> (3) and after hitting RETURN prompt responds to input normaly.
> So ... your keyboard does not work when you boot straight into the
> single user mode, whether with or without ACPI driver enabled, right?
> If not, I have no idea what this part really means:
> > But If I boot to non-ACPI-mode, everything works
> > just fine, but I can't get to sigle user mode, because prompt freezes
> > there too...
I meant that OS freezes ONLY when ACPI is enabled. The issue was that I
wanted to use single user mode and when I choose it from menu, system
freezed then too and I didn't know how to get to single user mode with
ACPI disabled, but now I do. ;-).
>> My keyboard (Logitech Internet Pro/Y-sZ49) is not USB-version, it is
>> connected to PS/2-port.
>> How should I debug the issue further?
> If the message buffer(which dmesg command shows you) survives across
> reboot, I'd like to look at it after you boot with ACPI driver enabled
> and booted with `boot -v' from the boot loader prompt (did I ask if
> keyboard works when you go into the boot loader prompt?).
(1) So you want me to do the following:
1. Select 6 (Escape to loader prompt) from menu,
2. type boot -v ENTER and
3. reboot (from freeze) and send the content of dmesg to you?
(2) Isn't the content of dmesg ONLY from latest boot?
Keyboard works fine when option 6 is selected. ;-)
(3) Does /var/log/messages adapt to your needs?