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can't boot - sid() fault?

From: Piotr Krukowiecki
Subject: can't boot - sid() fault?
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 21:53:08 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.22i


linux/dev/drivers/block/genhd.c::device_setup() is called at boot time. 
All is going fine until sti() is called - it never returns, boot process
sti() is some asm magic, i couldn't figure out what it is doing.

After pressing enter, eip points to dequeue_head()

The kernel is compiled without floppy support because otherwise booting
stops somewhere in floppy_init() (but eip points to dequeue_head() too, 
probably somewhere sti() is called)
Hardware configuration:

Abit BE6 v1
hda, hdc, hdd (cdrom), hdg (master on second ata-66 (hptt 366) 
128 MB RAM
Riva TNT based video card
SB Live

hdg is reported by bios as first disk, grub and gnumach.gz is loaded
from that disk, serverboot.gz is loaded from hda (hurds root)

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