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16Oct/180

IBM PS/55 Z – Replacing the Guts

I was unsuccessful in restoring the original motherboard contained in the IBM PS/55 Z – 5530 that I picked up recently, so the new goal was to find a similar motherboard with riser card and give the machine an upgrade. I knew I'd never find an exact fit, so I started preparing to make things work.

The overall structure

The motherboard in this machine is around 290mm x 340mm and has a central riser card with 3 MCA slots. These are slimmer than ISA cards, so there was always going to be an issue fitting a standard riser card in there. There was also only front-panel space for two 'tall' floppy drives and hardly any other room internally for hard drives.

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Digital 54-22703-01 Motherboard

This item popped up on eBay and looked like a perfect fit. It had no RAM and a Dallas CMOS chip, but I'm always up for a challenge. The board happened to be smaller than the IBM board and so there'd be extra effort to mount it, but it had a replaceable CPU and I had an upgrade for the stock DX-33.

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At first it didn't even want to boot. The front-panel connector is a pin-header and I have no idea of the pinout. Flying blind, I tried just about every RAM SIMM I had and still couldn't get it going. Finally I remembered I had an ISA diagnostics card, of which I'd never tested.

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Once plugged in, I kept getting 0xD0 on the display... oh wait... that's 0x09. The manual indicates that it's failing to read the stored CMOS configuration data for the BIOS. Well, that isn't entirely unexpected as the Dallas clock-chip is probably toast. I quickly fixed this, as I've done before and before.

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With this in, it still didn't work. I emailed the eBay seller as they'd hinted the board needed specific RAM. He sent a few pics of SIMMs he thought might work and I scrummaged through my box-o-junk and found similar. With a little more swapping and testing I got the card through to 0x57. Interesting... nothing on the screen.... OH! I'd disabled the on-board VGA whilst testing!

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After a little more testing, I found 3 4mb SIMMs, totalling me up to 12mb of RAM. Perfect for a vintage 486 DX2/66. Note that the board still uses a 33mhz clock when running the DX/2 66mhz. As per the board configuration, the 66mhz is 'internal' to the CPU!

Mounting it

The chassis is pure steel. It took a lot of bending, twisting and grinding to make this fit. The bottom rear slot needed to be extended and the base was punched to allow mounting screws for the motherboard. I then created a vertical bracket to secure the ISA cards to. Thankfully this board had on-board VGA... otherwise I'd have totally run out of slots!

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The middle riser card that came with the board was too low... the bottom slot was too low. Fortunately I had another riser that worked perfectly. The lower riser also didn't clear the clock-mod I did for the cell battery!

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The plastic housing for the hard drives and floppies was a bit of a pain. It used to secure the center riser card and this was no longer an option. It also held the front floppy drive with very little clearance from the motherboard. I chose to swap the floppy to the other side, but this caused even more problems as the actual case had a blank panel there! More dismantling saw this to be an easy swap, but not after a LOT of fiddling.

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As you can see above, I'm messy and always in a rush. Regardless, the end result was totally functional.

Power Supply

The previous motherboard had an edge connector with voltages supplied from the power supply in the chassis up top with the monitor circuitry. This was based off 110v, as the unit was from Japan. I wanted to change this to a newer power supply... so I dismantled the monitor to determine if it was even possible.

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All was looking good until I saw that one of the wires over to the monitor board needed +85v. I've no idea how to generate that from a standard PC power supply... so I went back to the original idea of augmenting the internal power board to work with an AT motherboard.

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After analysing the pins, I started the re-routing. All was available except the -5v. Goshdarn. I tried to boot it anyway and got a 'blip' from the SCSI LED... but no POST. How do you generate -5v? Seems you can use an oscillator circuit or an LM7905. The guess was that I could use the -12v rail to provide a -5v rail.

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A quick soldered-up hack got the -5v rail in place and, well, it booted??? I couldn't actually believe my eyes...

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I then turned the power switch off and back on again. I then had issues getting the machine to reliably come back on. Seems that I'd fluked it this time around and the -5v rail wasn't the answer.

Power Good

Seems that the very first pin of a standard AT Power Supply is known as the Power Good signal. This line goes high (+5v) when the power supply has decided it is outputting valid power values and that then notifies the motherboard to start booting. The main point to note in that article is that a motherboard will reject this signal if it fires before 100ms and after 500ms. Eep... we're tied to 5v, so it's probably either totally noisy or easily firing before 100ms.

So... do I fully review the power board in this system and determine a proper value for this? Or just hack in a fake timer to produce a 200ms delay? It seems that we're already causing a random delay on the line as I can get the machine to boot sometimes... so I might just try and fake the signal by use an RC charging circuit to add a small delay.

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A quick interesting note: I actually used the wiring off an old power supply from a dead power macintosh for the motherboard plugs. It turns out that pin 1 and 6 were tied together by a tiny capacitor!? That capacitor is shown above. It seems Apple were using the same trick on their 7220 line of Power Macs. Might've been a cheap way to use pc-specification power supplies in that model/series as the goal back then was to be as off-the-shelf as possible to produce a cheaper line of macs.

Anyway, where was I? Oh yeah... I want to fake the signal as well. To do this, I'll throw an electrolytic capacitor and resistor onto the power good signal wire. Use the calculator here (thanks Digikey!) to determine what you need. We'll want a 200ms delay from a 5v supply, so that's a 2k resistor and a 100uf capacitor. The resistor will be between the 5v supply and the positive terminal on the capacitor. We'll then connect the other side of the capacitor to a ground line. Finally we'll run the power good signal wire to the join between the capacitor and the resistor.

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Turns out my trusty box-o-stuff only contained 3k3 resistors, so I soldered in this and an 100uf electrolytic capacitor and, heavens above, the machine booted everytime without fail! I then used the remaining 12v and 5v wires to get both full-size and floppy-size molex power plugs connected. Make sure you get the power wires the correct way around! Before I knew it, the machine was booting without any external support. Unfortunately it was stalling at the SCSI BIOS.

HDD Sizes

The BIOS in this machine was determined to not let me use the full size of my 1.2gb C:. I attempted to use ANYDRIVE, but it really didn't like the GOTEK that I was using. Instead I gave EZ-Drive from Western Digital a shot. (Really good VOGONs thread on the topic here!)

I also considered tinkering with the actual BIOS of the motherboard. It seems to be two EPROMs and I would've been happy to whip out an old machine with a real LPT1 port to program one. A little digging revealed a great archived site with the DEC LPV+ support files. One of them even mentions the drive size limitations I was facing! Hah... it then simply recommends to use drive overlay software... So, back to EZ-Drive...

Firstly, set up your BIOS with the 'default' setting for a 504mb drive.

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Next, download the EXE (not the ZIP) from Phil's Computer Lab and copy it to a disk. I was using a Gotek, so I copied it to one of the blank disks available. Boot using another disk and then switch back to this one. When you run the EXE, you'll be greeted by the welcome message. It'll take some time at this point as it's copying itself to RAM. Once in RAM, it'll inform you that it's time to switch disks. At this point you need to insert a blank disk that'll be your EZ-Drive boot disk. I swapped to a new slot on the Gotek and hit enter... in no time the disk was built and I was prompted to restart.

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From here, it's child's play! The GUI is perfect and found all the information it needed. I just kept choosing the default options. During the install it'll ask for a disk with a bootloader on it. I switched the Gotek back to DOS 6.22 Disk 1 and it copied the required files over.

Once complete, the machine will actually boot from this drive to the basic DOS it installs. Unfortunately, DOS still needs to be fully installed and cannot be done from the booted HDD as the floppy will tell you to restart with the disk in A:. Of course, if we did this and booted straight from the floppy then we'd undo all the work that EZ-Drive has just done. Instead, as per the instructions below, we need to try and boot the HDD, but hit CTRL just as it's about to start.

If your timing is good, then you'll get the following screen...

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From here you can hit A, get the disk in the drive (if you have a Gotek, then wait 2 seconds after selecting the floppy index number!) and then hit any key to boot the disk. DOS 6.22 then installed with a minor warning that it'd overwrite the current DOS install... it's not a real DOS install (it was just the boot files that EZ-Drive copied over), so yes, please, wipe it and get my OS ready!

Meanwhile, if you're adventurous... there's a truckload of DDO software here to try out if you can't win with ANYDRIVE or EZ-Drive.

SCSI Card

The card is an Adaptec AHA-1542B and it really didn't want to find the attached drives. I had an external case with a CD drive and an ultra-wide (converted to 50-pin) 9.2gb IBM HDD.

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I could see it pinging both drives, but the card never seemed to find Drive ID 0 at LUN 0 whilst loading the BIOS. Usually you can hit CTRL-A at this point to get into the BIOS configuration, but this card wasn't even offering that option?

There's a mention on this forum post that my card can only do up to 1gb HDDs. The manufacturer reckons that it will support 8gb drives. Unfortunately, I don't seem to have any drives small enough? Maybe this is why the boot is stalling. The AHA-1542C BIOS ROM is here, but probably wont work in this card. There's AHA-1542B BIOS ROMs over here on Github, but a quick Notepad++ inspection of the BD00 bin image shows that the newest one is already version 3.20... I have 3.10 so maybe I should update?

I'd been testing all this on an ultra-scsi hdd with a converter... but I remembered I had an ancient macintosh 1.2gb drive laying around and it was a proper 50-pin! It worked perfectly... and then I remembered that old MOTOR START trick. These server-grade SCSI HDDs don't actually spin up until they're told to. Usually you can request this under options in the SCSI BIOS, but this card doesn't seem to have one! Instead, I had to adjust the jumpers on the drive itself AND the converter/adapter. Note that these drives, with only power applied and the MOTOR jumper set, will spin up. Once you plug the SCSI cable in, regardless of the MOTOR jumper setting, they WON'T spin up until the host has been turned on!

All of my SCSI devices were mounted in an external case and it was causing me grief. As mentioned, the drive would spin up fine with the jumpers set and power applied, but as soon as I mounted them and closed the case, a quick power-on test would see the HDD no longer spin up by itself! I spent a long time trying to work out this out. As mentioned above, the result is that the drive won't spin up if an actual ribbon cable is plugged into the drive. The MOTOR will only spin up when it senses that the host is switched on. So the MOTOR jumper is really I'LL SPIN UP IF I SEE THE HOST IS ALIVE; I assumed it was I'LL SPIN UP IF I HAVE POWER.

With everything now powering up, the BIOS was listing the drive as D:. I then tried the ADAPTEC DOS Drivers and found that ASPI4DOS.SYS 3.36 just kept reporting Installation Failed. I found a forum post on VOGONs that mentioned a version downgrade to get things working. I love little hints like this: ASPI4DOS.SYS 3.35 worked perfectly! Of course, 3.36 has all the disk tools whereas 3.35 is just the drivers... I had to download and put both on C: to be able to get the SCSI drive into a usable format.

With partition size limitations, I made 3 that were around the same size as C:. D: was still only being mounted... but I assumed Windows would find the rest. Note that, if you've mounted your D: via the SCSI BIOS, you will be limited by your computer's BIOS for partition sizes. I recommend NOT mounting via your BIOS first and booting to DOS to use AFDISK from the 3.36 driver archive. Once you've created your partition set, you can then turn the BIOS back on, or just let Windows use the drives and have DOS forget them.

Sound Card + MIDI + Speakers

I had an ISA sound card sitting on the shelf. It turns out it's a Reveal SC400 Rev.3 (I38-MMSN811) which seems to have come from a Packard Bell system. Further digging indicates that this card is actually just a rebranded clone of a third generation Sound Galaxy Nova 16. It utilises the AZT-2316 chipset and you can find more information about the whole family here. Grab the full Aztec Driver kit here, and make images of the first three disks in the NOV16E folder. I couldn't actually get the DIAGNOSE application to work successfully... it seemed to either hate the DMA or IRQ configuration... but running DEMO8 and DEMOFM produced sound!

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Of course, if you're going to use Windows, then everything will just work. This card is new enough to be well-supported. That bloody W95 Chimes and TADA! were playing over and over whilst installing software and restarting.

Networking

This was the easiest LAN card I've ever installed, well the easiest ISA LAN card. It's a 3Com EtherLink III 3c509b. No jumpers, capable of PnP! Of course, that wont work here, but Win95b happily configured it.

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Under older windows, don't forget to provide the gateway and DNS settings! These won't be auto-discovered from DHCP. Internet Explorer 3.0 actually just worked perfectly. HTTPS sites all failed... which is actually a really big issue now with older hardware. Thanks to all the new HTTPS security requirements, no older software works with new URLs.

Front Panel Connection

The DEC obviously had a proprietary front panel board. The header on the motherboard was unlabeled and there is zero documentation online. I grabbed my trusty multimeter and started probing the wires for voltages.

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The hard drive activity light was found by choosing the biggest folder on C: and copying it to another folder. From there, there was only one pin that was 'pulsing'. I wired this through to the LED on the front of the IBM. The speaker was a little more tricky. I created a quick QBASIC program: 10 BEEP; 20 SLEEP 1; 30 GOTO 10; which happily started a 1 second beep every second second. Again, this rhythmic pulse was found on another pin. Each seemingly had a GND as a neighbour... but maybe I should have hard-wired to a real GND as I don't know if the neighbour wasn't another digital signal?

Windows

This was going to be another WFW311 machine before I realised I was easily spec'd for 95B. Back in the day, the family had a 486 DX2/66 with 4MB of RAM and we went to the computer store to get a bigger HDD and an extra 4MB of RAM for Windows 95! This machine has a MUCH bigger HDD and 12MB of RAM... so we're good to go.

A quick visit to my favourite site produced the required install media and the WIN95 folder was copied to C:\. I always do this as it makes it much easier when configuring (or re-configuring) network options in the future. Windows always manages to ask for the Installation CD and if it's on C:\ then it just zooms through without asking.

The installation was nearly painless. After typing SETUP.EXE, I was stuck just after hitting ENTER to scan disks. Scandisk didn't actually come up and the SCSI drive was making a very noisy hum. Turns out the heads were starting to fail and SCANDISK's attempt to wake up the drive locked up the computer. Well, not the whole computer... turning off the external SCSI enclosure saw SCANDISK continue... but that wasn't acceptable. I quickly swapped out to another SCSI drive (and partitioned and formatted...) and started the install again.

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Before I knew it, I was at that treasured desktop once again! Here's Opera 6.00 and WinZip 5.0.

1024x768 Resolution

The Display Adapter II card in the old mainboard was capable of a 1024x768 resolution. Unfortunately, this had a weird mode and wasn't standard SVGA. The display mode is detailed here (thank you, Diary on wind) and I tested out if Scitech Display Doctor would make Windows 95 display it.

... I'll get back to this as I keep running out of time in the evenings! ...

The Final Product

Getting this thing running was a real tour-de-force. At no point was a single task easy, but for the first time in a long time everything did come together nicely. I'm really happy with the end result and may just leave this as my beige beast for playing old games!

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12Oct/180

Robot Olympics, Here We Come….

Boston Dynamics never ceases to amaze me! I've previously watched their crazy horse-sized 'dogs' run around and survive being pushed over, but this new robot is ... awesome!

The motion is still ever-so-slightly jerky, but damn... they're really close.

1Oct/180

Haiku Doesn’t Boot on a Dual 32-bit Xeon Machine

So, Haiku R1 Beta has just been released! Since I spent a lot of time getting a second CPU to work in my IBM Desktop, I crossed my fingers and tried to boot the 32-bit version. Here's the log when I don't change any boot settings...

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APM version 1.2 available, flags 7.                                          
smp: using ACPI to detect MP configuration                                   
smp: local apic address is 0xfee00000                                        
smp: found local APIC with id 0                                              
smp: found local APIC with id 6         
smp: found local APIC with id 1         
smp: found local APIC with id 7         
smp: found io APIC with id 4 and address 0xfec00000
smp: found io APIC with id 5 and address 0xfec80000
smp: found io APIC with id 6 and address 0xfec80400
VESA version = 3.0, capabilities 1
OEM string: NVIDIA
 0x100: 640 x 400 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x101: 640 x 480 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x102: 800 x 600 x 4 (a = 799, mem = 3, phy = 0, p = 4, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x103: 800 x 600 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x104: 1024 x 768 x 4 (a = 799, mem = 3, phy = 0, p = 4, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x105: 1024 x 768 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x106: 1280 x 1024 x 4 (a = 799, mem = 3, phy = 0, p = 4, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x107: 1280 x 1024 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x10e: 320 x 200 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x10f: 320 x 200 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x111: 640 x 480 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x112: 640 x 480 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x114: 800 x 600 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x115: 800 x 600 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x117: 1024 x 768 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x118: 1024 x 768 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x11a: 1280 x 1024 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x11b: 1280 x 1024 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x130: 320 x 200 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x131: 320 x 400 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x132: 320 x 400 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x133: 320 x 400 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x134: 320 x 240 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x135: 320 x 240 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x136: 320 x 240 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x13d: 640 x 400 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x13e: 640 x 400 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x147: 1400 x 1050 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x148: 1400 x 1050 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
Using mode 0x118
VESA compatible graphics!
EDID1: 4f
EDID2: ebx 0
Welcome to the Haiku boot loader!
number of drives: 2
add_partitions_for(0x00105358, mountFS = no)
add_partitions_for(fd = 0, mountFS = no)
0x00105640 Partition::Partition
0x00105640 Partition::Scan()
boot partition offset: 0
0x00105640 Partition::_Mount check for file_system: TAR Filesystem
PackageVolumeInfo::SetTo()
PackageVolumeInfo::SetTo(): failed to open packages directory: No such file or y
load kernel kernel_x86...
video mode: 1024x768x32
maximum boot loader heap usage: 14760, currently used: 7888
smp: found 4 cpus
smp: apic_phys = 0xfee00000
smp: ioapic_phys = 0xfec00000
smp: apic (mapped) = 0x8203f000
APIC ticks/sec = 133355555
trampolining other cpus
wait for delivery
deassert INIT
wait for delivery
num startups = 2
send STARTUP
wait for delivery
send STARTUP
wait for delivery
wait for delivery
deassert INIT
wait for delivery
num startups = 2
send STARTUP
wait for delivery
send STARTUP
wait for delivery
wait for delivery
deassert INIT
wait for delivery
num startups = 2
send STARTUP
wait for delivery
send STARTUP
wait for delivery
done trampolining
kernel entry at 80068648
Welcome to kernel debugger output!
Haiku revision: hrev52292
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 2 vectors starting from 98
CPU 0: type 0 family 15 extended_family 0 model 2 extended_model 0 stepping 5, '
CPU 0: vendor 'Intel' model name 'Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.20GHz'
CPU 0: apic id 0, package 0, core 0, smt 0
CPU 0: features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov  
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 16 vectors starting from 0
using PAE paging
mark_page_range_in_use(0x0, 0x100): start page is before free list
mark_page_range_in_use(0x0, 0xa0): start page is before free list
add_memory_type_range(4, 0x0, 0xa0000, 6)
add_memory_type_range(5, 0xe0000, 0x20000, 6)
add_memory_type_range(89, 0xe8000000, 0x300000, 0)
mapping local apic at 0x8203f000
add_memory_type_range(92, 0xfee00000, 0x1000, 0)
CPU 3: type 0 family 15 extended_family 0 model 2 extended_model 0 stepping 5, '
CPU 1: type 0 family 15 extended_family 0 model 2 extended_model 0 stepping 5, '
CPU 3: vendor 'Intel' model name 'Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.20GHz'
CPU 1: vendor 'Intel' model name 'Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.20GHz'
CPU 3: apic id 7, package 3, core 0, smt 1
CPU 1: apic id 6, package 3, core 0, smt 0
CPU 3: features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov  
CPU 2: type 0 family 15 extended_family 0 model 2 extended_model 0 stepping 5, '
CPU 1: features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov  
CPU 2: vendor 'Intel' model name 'Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.20GHz'
CPU 2: apic id 1, package 0, core 0, smt 1
CPU 2: features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov  
setting up apic for CPU 0: apic id 0, version 327700
CPU 0: logical apic id: 0x1
x86_init_fpu: CPU has SSE... enabling FXSR and XMM.
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 3 vectors starting from 221
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 1 vectors starting from 219
arch_init_timer: using APIC timer.
allocate_commpage_entry(2, 16) -> 0x00000100
scheduler_init: found 4 logical cpus and 0 cache levels
scheduler switches: single core: false, cpu load tracking: false, core load trae
scheduler: switching to low latency mode
apm_init()
  code32: 0xf000, 0x80dc, length 0x0
  code16: 0xf000, length 0x0
  data: 0xfdf6, length 0x0
msi support enabled
PCI: pci_module_init
add_memory_type_range(98, 0x0, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(98, 0x0, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(99, 0x9f000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(99, 0x9f000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(100, 0xe0000, 0x20000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(101, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(101, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(102, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(100, 0xe0000, 0x20000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(103, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(103, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(104, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(104, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(105, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(105, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
PCI: mechanism 1 controller found
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 1 behind 8086:2552
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 2 behind 8086:2553
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 3 behind 8086:1460
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 4 behind 8086:1460
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 5 behind 8086:244e
PCI: dom 0, bus 0, dev  1, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x000a to 0xb
PCI: dom 0, bus 0, dev  2, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x0006 to 0x7
PCI: dom 0, bus 2, dev 29, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x0023 to 0x3
PCI: dom 0, bus 2, dev 31, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x0023 to 0x3
PCI: dom 0, bus 0, dev 30, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x0006 to 0x7
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device  0, function  0: vendor 8086, device 2550,3
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 2550: E7505 Memory Controller Hub
PCI:   info: Bridge (Host bridge)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 80, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 2550, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host f4000000, pci f4000000, size 04000000, flags 08
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: vendspec, AGP
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device  0, function  1: vendor 8086, device 2551,3
PCI:   class_base ff, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 2551: E7505/E7205 Series RAS Controller
PCI:   info: (Unknown) (255:0:0)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 2551, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device  1, function  0: vendor 8086, device 2552,3
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 04, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 2552: E7505/E7205 PCI-to-AGP Bridge
PCI:   info: Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 40, header_type 01, BIST 00
PCI:   subsystem_id 0000, subsystem_vendor_id 0060
PCI:   primary_bus 00, secondary_bus 01, subordinate_bus 01, secondary_latency 0
PCI:   I/O window f000-0fff
PCI:   memory window f8000000-f9ffffff
PCI:   prefetchable memory window 00000000e8000000-00000000efffffff
PCI:   bridge_control 000b, secondary_status 02a0
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size ??
PCI:   base reg 0: host f0000000, pci f0000000, size 04000000, flags 08
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: AGP8x

And here's the log when I disable SMP...

options = 1                             
APM version 1.2 available, flags 7.     
smp: using ACPI to detect MP configuration
smp: local apic address is 0xfee00000   
smp: found local APIC with id 0         
smp: found local APIC with id 6         
smp: found local APIC with id 1         
smp: found local APIC with id 7         
smp: found io APIC with id 4 and address 0xfec00000
smp: found io APIC with id 5 and address 0xfec80000
smp: found io APIC with id 6 and address 0xfec80400
VESA version = 3.0, capabilities 1
OEM string: NVIDIA
 0x100: 640 x 400 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x101: 640 x 480 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x102: 800 x 600 x 4 (a = 799, mem = 3, phy = 0, p = 4, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x103: 800 x 600 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x104: 1024 x 768 x 4 (a = 799, mem = 3, phy = 0, p = 4, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x105: 1024 x 768 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x106: 1280 x 1024 x 4 (a = 799, mem = 3, phy = 0, p = 4, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x107: 1280 x 1024 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x10e: 320 x 200 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x10f: 320 x 200 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x111: 640 x 480 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x112: 640 x 480 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x114: 800 x 600 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x115: 800 x 600 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x117: 1024 x 768 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x118: 1024 x 768 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x11a: 1280 x 1024 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x11b: 1280 x 1024 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x130: 320 x 200 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x131: 320 x 400 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x132: 320 x 400 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x133: 320 x 400 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x134: 320 x 240 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x135: 320 x 240 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x136: 320 x 240 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x13d: 640 x 400 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
 0x13e: 640 x 400 x 32 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 8 16 g: 8 8 b: 8 0 dcmi: 0
 0x147: 1400 x 1050 x 8 (a = 927, mem = 4, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 0 0 g: 0 0 b: 0 0 dcmi: 0
 0x148: 1400 x 1050 x 16 (a = 927, mem = 6, phy = e8000000, p = 1, b = 1)
        mask: r: 5 11 g: 6 5 b: 5 0 dcmi: 0
Using mode 0x118
VESA compatible graphics!
EDID1: 4f
EDID2: ebx 0
Welcome to the Haiku boot loader!
number of drives: 2
add_partitions_for(0x00105358, mountFS = no)
add_partitions_for(fd = 0, mountFS = no)
0x00105640 Partition::Partition
0x00105640 Partition::Scan()
boot partition offset: 0
0x00105640 Partition::_Mount check for file_system: TAR Filesystem
PackageVolumeInfo::SetTo()
PackageVolumeInfo::SetTo(): failed to open packages directory: No such file or directory
add_partitions_for(0x00105418, mountFS = yes)
add_partitions_for(fd = 1, mountFS = yes)
0x00106d00 Partition::Partition
0x00106d00 Partition::Scan()
check for partitioning_system: GUID Partition Map
check for partitioning_system: Intel Partition Map
  priority: 810
check for partitioning_system: Intel Extended Partition
0x00106e78 Partition::Partition
0x00106d00 Partition::AddChild 0x00106e78
0x00106e78 Partition::SetParent 0x00106d00
new child partition!
0x00106f50 Partition::Partition
0x00106d00 Partition::AddChild 0x00106f50
0x00106f50 Partition::SetParent 0x00106d00
new child partition!
0x00106d00 Partition::Scan(): scan child 0x00106e78 (start = 1048576, size = 104857600, parent = 0x00106d00)!
0x00106e78 Partition::Scan()
check for partitioning_system: GUID Partition Map
check for partitioning_system: Intel Partition Map
check for partitioning_system: Intel Extended Partition
0x00106e78 Partition::_Mount check for file_system: BFS Filesystem
0x00106e78 Partition::_Mount check for file_system: FAT32 Filesystem
0x00106e78 Partition::_Mount check for file_system: TAR Filesystem
0x00106d00 Partition::Scan(): scan child 0x00106f50 (start = 105906176, size = 20866662400, parent = 0x00106d00)!
0x00106f50 Partition::Scan()
check for partitioning_system: GUID Partition Map
check for partitioning_system: Intel Partition Map
check for partitioning_system: Intel Extended Partition
0x00106f50 Partition::_Mount check for file_system: BFS Filesystem
0x00106f50 Partition::_Mount check for file_system: FAT32 Filesystem
0x00106f50 Partition::_Mount check for file_system: TAR Filesystem
0x00106e78 Partition::~Partition
0x00106f50 Partition::~Partition
0x00106d00 Partition::~Partition
add_partitions_for(0x001054d8, mountFS = yes)
add_partitions_for(fd = 1, mountFS = yes)
0x00106e78 Partition::Partition
0x00106e78 Partition::Scan()
check for partitioning_system: GUID Partition Map
check for partitioning_system: Intel Partition Map
  priority: 500
check for partitioning_system: Intel Extended Partition
0x00106e78 Partition::~Partition
load kernel kernel_x86...
video mode: 1024x768x32
maximum boot loader heap usage: 15856, currently used: 8976
smp disabled per safemode setting
smp: found 1 cpu
smp: apic_phys = 0xfee00000
smp: ioapic_phys = 0xfec00000
smp: apic (mapped) = 0x8203f000
APIC ticks/sec = 133355555
kernel entry at 80068648
Welcome to kernel debugger output!
Haiku revision: hrev52292
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 2 vectors starting from 98
CPU 0: type 0 family 15 extended_family 0 model 2 extended_model 0 stepping 5, string 'GenuineIntel'
CPU 0: vendor 'Intel' model name 'Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.20GHz'
CPU 0: apic id 0, package 0, core 0, smt 0
CPU 0: features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clfsh ds acpi mmx fxsr sse  
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 16 vectors starting from 0
using PAE paging
mark_page_range_in_use(0x0, 0x100): start page is before free list
mark_page_range_in_use(0x0, 0xa0): start page is before free list
add_memory_type_range(4, 0x0, 0xa0000, 6)
add_memory_type_range(5, 0xe0000, 0x20000, 6)
add_memory_type_range(86, 0xe8000000, 0x300000, 0)
mapping local apic at 0x8203f000
add_memory_type_range(89, 0xfee00000, 0x1000, 0)
setting up apic for CPU 0: apic id 0, version 327700
CPU 0: logical apic id: 0x1
x86_init_fpu: CPU has SSE... enabling FXSR and XMM.
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 1 vectors starting from 219
arch_init_timer: using APIC timer.
allocate_commpage_entry(2, 16) -> 0x00000100
scheduler_init: found 1 logical cpu and 0 cache levels
scheduler switches: single core: true, cpu load tracking: false, core load tracking: false
scheduler: switching to low latency mode
apm_init()
  code32: 0xf000, 0x80dc, length 0x0
  code16: 0xf000, length 0x0
  data: 0xfdf6, length 0x0
msi support enabled
PCI: pci_module_init
add_memory_type_range(95, 0x0, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(95, 0x0, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(96, 0x9f000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(96, 0x9f000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(97, 0xe0000, 0x20000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(98, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(98, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(99, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(97, 0xe0000, 0x20000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(100, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(100, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(101, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(101, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(102, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(102, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
PCI: mechanism 1 controller found
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 1 behind 8086:2552
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 2 behind 8086:2553
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 3 behind 8086:1460
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 4 behind 8086:1460
PCI: FixupDevices: checking bus 5 behind 8086:244e
PCI: dom 0, bus 0, dev  1, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x000a to 0x000b
PCI: dom 0, bus 0, dev  2, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x0006 to 0x0007
PCI: dom 0, bus 2, dev 29, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x0023 to 0x0823
PCI: dom 0, bus 2, dev 31, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x0023 to 0x0823
PCI: dom 0, bus 0, dev 30, func 0, changed PCI bridge control from 0x0006 to 0x0827
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device  0, function  0: vendor 8086, device 2550, revision 03
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 2550: E7505 Memory Controller Hub
PCI:   info: Bridge (Host bridge)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 80, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 2550, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host f4000000, pci f4000000, size 04000000, flags 08
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: vendspec, AGP
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device  0, function  1: vendor 8086, device 2551, revision 03
PCI:   class_base ff, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 2551: E7505/E7205 Series RAS Controller
PCI:   info: (Unknown) (255:0:0)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 2551, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device  1, function  0: vendor 8086, device 2552, revision 03
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 04, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 2552: E7505/E7205 PCI-to-AGP Bridge
PCI:   info: Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 40, header_type 01, BIST 00
PCI:   subsystem_id 0000, subsystem_vendor_id 0060
PCI:   primary_bus 00, secondary_bus 01, subordinate_bus 01, secondary_latency 20
PCI:   I/O window f000-0fff
PCI:   memory window f8000000-f9ffffff
PCI:   prefetchable memory window 00000000e8000000-00000000efffffff
PCI:   bridge_control 000b, secondary_status 02a0
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size ??
PCI:   base reg 0: host f0000000, pci f0000000, size 04000000, flags 08
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: AGP8x
PCI: [dom 0, bus  1] bus   1, device  0, function  0: vendor 10de, device 0288, revision a1
PCI:   class_base 03, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 10de: NVIDIA Corporation
PCI:   device 0288: NV28GL [Quadro4 980 XGL]
PCI:   info: Display controller (VGA compatible controller, VGA controller)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 20, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00020000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 0174, subsystem_vendor_id 10de
PCI:   interrupt_line 0a, interrupt_pin 01, min_grant 05, max_latency 01
PCI:   base reg 0: host f8000000, pci f8000000, size 01000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host e8000000, pci e8000000, size 08000000, flags 08
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PM, AGP
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device  2, function  0: vendor 8086, device 2553, revision 03
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 04, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 2553: E7505 Hub Interface B PCI-to-PCI Bridge
PCI:   info: Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 20, header_type 81, BIST 00
PCI:   subsystem_id 0000, subsystem_vendor_id 0000
PCI:   primary_bus 00, secondary_bus 02, subordinate_bus 04, secondary_latency 00
PCI:   I/O window c000-cfff
PCI:   memory window fa000000-fcffffff
PCI:   prefetchable memory window 00000000fff00000-00000000000fffff
PCI:   bridge_control 0007, secondary_status 02a0
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size ??
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  2] bus   2, device 28, function  0: vendor 8086, device 1461, revision 04
PCI:   class_base 08, class_function 00, class_api 20
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 1461: 82870P2 P64H2 I/OxAPIC
PCI:   info: Generic system peripheral (PIC, IO(X)-APIC)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 1461, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host fc101000, pci fc101000, size 00001000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PCI-X
PCI: [dom 0, bus  2] bus   2, device 29, function  0: vendor 8086, device 1460, revision 04
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 04, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 1460: 82870P2 P64H2 Hub PCI Bridge
PCI:   info: Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode)
PCI:   line_size 10, latency 20, header_type 01, BIST 00
PCI:   subsystem_id 0000, subsystem_vendor_id 0050
PCI:   primary_bus 02, secondary_bus 03, subordinate_bus 03, secondary_latency 40
PCI:   I/O window f000-0fff
PCI:   memory window fc000000-fc0fffff
PCI:   prefetchable memory window 00000000fff00000-00000000000fffff
PCI:   bridge_control 0823, secondary_status 02a0
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size ??
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PCI-X
PCI: [dom 0, bus  3] bus   3, device  1, function  0: vendor 14e4, device 16a7, revision 02
PCI:   class_base 02, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 14e4: Broadcom Limited
PCI:   device 16a7: NetXtreme BCM5703X Gigabit Ethernet (eServer xSeries server mainboard)
PCI:   info: Network controller (Ethernet controller)
PCI:   line_size 08, latency 20, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 026f, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 0b, interrupt_pin 01, min_grant 40, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host fc000000, pci fc000000, size 00010000, flags 04
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PCI-X, PM, VPD, MSI
PCI: [dom 0, bus  2] bus   2, device 30, function  0: vendor 8086, device 1461, revision 04
PCI:   class_base 08, class_function 00, class_api 20
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 1461: 82870P2 P64H2 I/OxAPIC
PCI:   info: Generic system peripheral (PIC, IO(X)-APIC)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 1461, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host fc100000, pci fc100000, size 00001000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PCI-X
PCI: [dom 0, bus  2] bus   2, device 31, function  0: vendor 8086, device 1460, revision 04
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 04, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 1460: 82870P2 P64H2 Hub PCI Bridge
PCI:   info: Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode)
PCI:   line_size 10, latency 20, header_type 01, BIST 00
PCI:   subsystem_id 0000, subsystem_vendor_id 0050
PCI:   primary_bus 02, secondary_bus 04, subordinate_bus 04, secondary_latency 40
PCI:   I/O window c000-cfff
PCI:   memory window fa000000-fbffffff
PCI:   prefetchable memory window 00000000fff00000-00000000000fffff
PCI:   bridge_control 0823, secondary_status 02a0
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size ??
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PCI-X
PCI: [dom 0, bus  4] bus   4, device  3, function  0: vendor 1000, device 0030, revision 07
PCI:   class_base 01, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 1000: LSI Logic / Symbios Logic
PCI:   device 0030: 53c1030 PCI-X Fusion-MPT Dual Ultra320 SCSI
PCI:   info: Mass storage controller (SCSI storage controller)
PCI:   line_size 08, latency 48, header_type 80, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00100000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 1000, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 0b, interrupt_pin 01, min_grant 11, max_latency 12
PCI:   base reg 0: host 0000c000, pci 0000c000, size 00000100, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 1: host fb010000, pci fb010000, size 00010000, flags 04
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host fb000000, pci fb000000, size 00010000, flags 04
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PM, MSI, PCI-X
PCI: [dom 0, bus  4] bus   4, device  3, function  1: vendor 1000, device 0030, revision 07
PCI:   class_base 01, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 1000: LSI Logic / Symbios Logic
PCI:   device 0030: 53c1030 PCI-X Fusion-MPT Dual Ultra320 SCSI
PCI:   info: Mass storage controller (SCSI storage controller)
PCI:   line_size 08, latency 48, header_type 80, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00100000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 1000, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 0b, interrupt_pin 02, min_grant 11, max_latency 12
PCI:   base reg 0: host 0000c400, pci 0000c400, size 00000100, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 1: host fb020000, pci fb020000, size 00010000, flags 04
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host fb030000, pci fb030000, size 00010000, flags 04
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PM, MSI, PCI-X
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device  2, function  1: vendor 8086, device 2554, revision 03
PCI:   class_base ff, class_function 00, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 2554: E7505 Hub Interface B PCI-to-PCI Bridge RAS Controller
PCI:   info: (Unknown) (255:0:0)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 2554, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device 29, function  0: vendor 8086, device 24c2, revision 02
PCI:   class_base 0c, class_function 03, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 24c2: 82801DB/DBL/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M) USB UHCI Controller #1
PCI:   info: Serial bus controller (USB controller, UHCI)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 80, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 027a, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 09, interrupt_pin 01, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 0000d000, pci 0000d000, size 00000020, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device 29, function  1: vendor 8086, device 24c4, revision 02
PCI:   class_base 0c, class_function 03, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 24c4: 82801DB/DBL/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M) USB UHCI Controller #2
PCI:   info: Serial bus controller (USB controller, UHCI)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 027a, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 0a, interrupt_pin 02, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 0000d400, pci 0000d400, size 00000020, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device 29, function  7: vendor 8086, device 24cd, revision 02
PCI:   class_base 0c, class_function 03, class_api 20
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 24cd: 82801DB/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-M) USB2 EHCI Controller
PCI:   info: Serial bus controller (USB controller, EHCI)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 027a, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 0b, interrupt_pin 04, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host fd100000, pci fd100000, size 00000400, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PM
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device 30, function  0: vendor 8086, device 244e, revision 82
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 04, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 244e: 82801 PCI Bridge
PCI:   info: Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 01, BIST 00
PCI:   subsystem_id 0000, subsystem_vendor_id 0000
PCI:   primary_bus 00, secondary_bus 05, subordinate_bus 05, secondary_latency 20
PCI:   I/O window f000-0fff
PCI:   memory window fd000000-fd0fffff
PCI:   prefetchable memory window 00000000fff00000-00000000000fffff
PCI:   bridge_control 0827, secondary_status 0280
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size ??
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  5] bus   5, device  1, function  0: vendor 104c, device 8023, revision 00
PCI:   class_base 0c, class_function 00, class_api 10
PCI:   vendor 104c: Texas Instruments
PCI:   device 8023: TSB43AB22A IEEE-1394a-2000 Controller (PHY/Link) [iOHCI-Lynx]
PCI:   info: Serial bus controller (FireWire (IEEE 1394), OHCI)
PCI:   line_size 08, latency 20, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 028a, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 05, interrupt_pin 01, min_grant 02, max_latency 04
PCI:   base reg 0: host fd004000, pci fd004000, size 00000800, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host fd000000, pci fd000000, size 00004000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PM
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device 31, function  0: vendor 8086, device 24c0, revision 02
PCI:   class_base 06, class_function 01, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 24c0: 82801DB/DBL (ICH4/ICH4-L) LPC Interface Bridge
PCI:   info: Bridge (ISA bridge)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 80, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 0000, subsystem_vendor_id 0000
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 00, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device 31, function  1: vendor 8086, device 24cb, revision 02
PCI:   class_base 01, class_function 01, class_api 8a
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 24cb: 82801DB (ICH4) IDE Controller
PCI:   info: Mass storage controller (IDE interface)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 027a, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 00, interrupt_pin 01, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000008, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000004, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000008, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000004, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 4: host 0000f000, pci 0000f000, size 00000010, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000400, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device 31, function  3: vendor 8086, device 24c3, revision 02
PCI:   class_base 0c, class_function 05, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 24c3: 82801DB/DBL/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M) SMBus Controller
PCI:   info: Serial bus controller (SMBus)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 027a, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 0a, interrupt_pin 02, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 1: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 2: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00005000, pci 00005000, size 00000020, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: (not supported)
PCI: [dom 0, bus  0] bus   0, device 31, function  5: vendor 8086, device 24c5, revision 02
PCI:   class_base 04, class_function 01, class_api 00
PCI:   vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
PCI:   device 24c5: 82801DB/DBL/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M) AC'97 Audio Controller
PCI:   info: Multimedia controller (Multimedia audio controller)
PCI:   line_size 00, latency 00, header_type 00, BIST 00
PCI:   ROM base host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000
PCI:   cardbus_CIS 00000000, subsystem_id 027a, subsystem_vendor_id 1014
PCI:   interrupt_line 0a, interrupt_pin 02, min_grant 00, max_latency 00
PCI:   base reg 0: host 0000dc00, pci 0000dc00, size 00000100, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 1: host 0000e000, pci 0000e000, size 00000040, flags 01
PCI:   base reg 2: host fd101000, pci fd101000, size 00000200, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 3: host fd102000, pci fd102000, size 00000100, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 4: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   base reg 5: host 00000000, pci 00000000, size 00000000, flags 00
PCI:   Capabilities: PM
add_memory_type_range(104, 0x0, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(104, 0x0, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(105, 0x9b000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(105, 0x9b000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(106, 0xe0000, 0x20000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(106, 0xe0000, 0x20000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(107, 0xf7000, 0x1000, 0)
ACPI: RSDP 0x00000000000F7DE0 000014 (v00 IntelR)
remove_memory_type_range(107, 0xf7000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(108, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
ACPI: RSDT 0x00000000E7FF3000 000030 (v01 IntelR AWRDACPI 42302E31 AWRD 00000000)
remove_memory_type_range(108, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(109, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(110, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(110, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(111, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
ACPI: FACP 0x00000000E7FF3040 000074 (v01 IntelR AWRDACPI 42302E31 AWRD 00000000)
remove_memory_type_range(111, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(112, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(112, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(113, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(113, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(114, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(115, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(115, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
ACPI: DSDT 0x00000000E7FF30C0 003899 (v01 INTELR AWRDACPI 00001000 MSFT 0100000E)
remove_memory_type_range(114, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(116, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(116, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(117, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(118, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(118, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(119, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(119, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
ACPI: FACS 0x00000000E7FF0000 000040
remove_memory_type_range(117, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(120, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(120, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(121, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(122, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(122, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(123, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(123, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(124, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(124, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
ACPI: ASF! 0x00000000E7FF6980 000083 (v01 BIM             01000000      00000000)
remove_memory_type_range(121, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(125, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(125, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(126, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(127, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(127, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(128, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(128, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(129, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(129, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(130, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(130, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
ACPI: APIC 0x00000000E7FF6A40 0000A2 (v01 IntelR AWRDACPI 42302E31 AWRD 00000000)
remove_memory_type_range(126, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(109, 0xe7ff3000, 0x1000, 0)
add_memory_type_range(131, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
remove_memory_type_range(131, 0xe7ff3000, 0x4000, 0)
ACPI: Forced DSDT copy: length 0x03899 copied locally, original unmapped
ACPI: 1 ACPI AML tables successfully acquired and loaded
add_memory_type_range(132, 0xe7ff0000, 0x1000, 0)
ACPI: Enabled 10 GPEs in block 00 to 1F
add_memory_type_range(133, 0xe7ff6000, 0x1000, 0)
found io-apic with address 0xfec00000, global interrupt base 0, apic-id 4
mapping io-apic 0 at physical address 0xfec00000
add_memory_type_range(134, 0xfec00000, 0x1000, 0)
io-apic 0 has range 0-23, 24 entries, version 0x00178020, apic-id 4
found io-apic with address 0xfec80000, global interrupt base 24, apic-id 5
mapping io-apic 1 at physical address 0xfec80000
add_memory_type_range(135, 0xfec80000, 0x1000, 0)
io-apic 1 has range 24-47, 24 entries, version 0x00178020, apic-id 5
found io-apic with address 0xfec80400, global interrupt base 48, apic-id 6
mapping io-apic 2 at physical address 0xfec80400
add_memory_type_range(136, 0xfec80000, 0x2000, 0)
io-apic 2 has range 48-71, 24 entries, version 0x00178020, apic-id 6
setting ACPI interrupt model to APIC
calculated irq routing entry: address 0xffff; pin 0; GSI 17; pci 1:0 pin 1 func mask 1; bios irq: 10; gsi 17; config6
IRQ routing table with 10 entries
address 0x1fffff; pin 0; GSI 18; pci 0:31 pin 1 func mask 2; bios irq: 0; gsi 18; config 0x06
address 0x1fffff; pin 1; GSI 17; pci 0:31 pin 2 func mask 28; bios irq: 10; gsi 17; config 0x06
address 0x1dffff; pin 0; GSI 16; pci 0:29 pin 1 func mask 1; bios irq: 9; gsi 16; config 0x06
address 0x1dffff; pin 1; GSI 19; pci 0:29 pin 2 func mask 2; bios irq: 10; gsi 19; config 0x06
address 0x1dffff; pin 3; GSI 23; pci 0:29 pin 4 func mask 80; bios irq: 11; gsi 23; config 0x06
address 0x1ffff; pin 0; GSI 22; pci 5:1 pin 1 func mask 1; bios irq: 5; gsi 22; config 0x06
address 0x3ffff; pin 0; GSI 32; pci 4:3 pin 1 func mask 1; bios irq: 11; gsi 32; config 0x06
address 0x3ffff; pin 1; GSI 33; pci 4:3 pin 2 func mask 2; bios irq: 11; gsi 33; config 0x06
address 0x1ffff; pin 0; GSI 48; pci 3:1 pin 1 func mask 1; bios irq: 11; gsi 48; config 0x06
address 0xffff; pin 0; GSI 17; pci 1:0 pin 1 func mask 1; bios irq: 10; gsi 17; config 0x06
found interrupt override for bus 0, source irq 0, global irq 2, flags 0x00000000
found interrupt override for bus 0, source irq 9, global irq 9, flags 0x0000000d
free_io_interrupt_vectors: freeing 16 vectors starting from 0
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 24 vectors starting from 0
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 24 vectors starting from 24
reserve_io_interrupt_vectors: reserved 24 vectors starting from 48
using io-apics for interrupt routing
slab memory manager: created area 0x80801000 (147)
initialize_commpage_syscall(): sysenter/sysexit supported
allocate_commpage_entry(3, 5) -> 0x00000110
allocate_commpage_entry(4, 34) -> 0x00000118
allocate_commpage_entry(5, 74) -> 0x00000140
allocate_commpage_entry(6, 86) -> 0x00000190
allocate_commpage_entry(7, 97) -> 0x000001e8
publish device: node 0x8301caf0, path acpi/namespace, module bus_managers/acpi/namespace/device_v1
registering power button
add_memory_type_range(219, 0xff000, 0x1000, 0)
module: Search for busses/usb/xhci failed.
usb uhci -1: successfully started the controller
usb uhci -1: successfully started the controller
usb ohci: no devices found
add_memory_type_range(299, 0xfd100000, 0x1000, 0)
sitd entry size 64, itd entry size 128
usb ehci -1: successfully started the controller
usb hub 7: port 0: device removed
usb hub 12: port 2: new device connected
usb_disk: device reports a lun count of 4
usb_disk: vendor_identification    "Generic "
usb_disk: product_identification   "USB SD Reader   "
usb_disk: product_revision_level   "1.00"
usb_disk: vendor_identification    "Generic "
usb_disk: product_identification   "USB CF Reader   "
usb_disk: product_revision_level   "1.01"
usb_disk: vendor_identification    "Generic "
usb_disk: product_identification   "USB SM Reader   "
usb_disk: product_revision_level   "1.02"
usb_disk: vendor_identification    "Generic "
usb_disk: product_identification   "USB MS Reader   "
usb_disk: product_revision_level   "1.03"
get_boot_partitions(): boot volume message:
KMessage: buffer: 0x820147d0 (size/capacity: 315/315), flags: 0xa
  field: "booted from image" (BOOL): true
  field: "partition offset"  (LLNG): 0 (0x0)
  field: "boot method"       (LONG): 1 (0x1)
  field: "boot drive number" (LLNG): 0 (0x0)
  field: "disk identifier"   (RAWT): data at 0x820148bc, 79 bytes
get_boot_partitions(): boot method type: 1
partitioning system: partitioning_systems/intel/extended/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(partitioning_systems/intel/extended/v1)
intel: ep_std_ops(0x1)
intel: ep_std_ops(0x2)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
partitioning system: partitioning_systems/session/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(partitioning_systems/session/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
partitioning system: partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1)
intel: pm_std_ops(0x1)
intel: pm_std_ops(0x2)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/devfs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/devfs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/attribute_overlay/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/attribute_overlay/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/rootfs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/rootfs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/packagefs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/packagefs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/iso9660/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/iso9660/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/write_overlay/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/write_overlay/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/bfs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/bfs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
number of disk systems: 10
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk)
PCI-ATA: Controller in legacy mode: cmd 0x1f0, ctrl 0x3f6, irq 14
PCI-ATA: init channel...
PCI-ATA: channel index 0
PCI-ATA: bus master base 0xf000
PCI-ATA: init channel done
ata 0: _DevicePresent: device 0, presence 1
ata 0: _DevicePresent: device 1, presence 1
ata 0: deviceMask 3
ata 0: probing device 0
ata 0: signature of device 0: 0x0000
ata 0-0: model number: ST340014A                               
ata 0-0: serial number: 5JXCQL8D            
ata 0-0: firmware rev.: 3.10    
ata 0-0: using DMA mode 0x12
ata 0: identified ATA device 0
ata 0: probing device 1
ata 0 error: device 1 failed, error code is 0x00
ata 0: signature of device 1: 0x0000
ata 0 error: device ready not set
ata 0-1 error: sending identify request failed
ata 0 error: command failed, error bit is set. status 0x51, error 0x04
publish device: node 0x8335cf40, path disk/ata/0/master/raw, module drivers/disk/scsi/scsi_disk/device_v1
ata 0-0 error: invalid target lun 1 for ATA device
ata 0-0 error: invalid target lun 2 for ATA device
ata 0-0 error: invalid target lun 3 for ATA device
ata 0-0 error: invalid target lun 4 for ATA device
ata 0-0 error: invalid target lun 5 for ATA device
ata 0-0 error: invalid target lun 6 for ATA device
ata 0-0 error: invalid target lun 7 for ATA device
ata 0 error: target device not present
ata 0 error: invalid target device
Last message repeated 12 times.
PCI-ATA: Controller in legacy mode: cmd 0x170, ctrl 0x376, irq 15
PCI-ATA: init channel...
PCI-ATA: channel index 1
PCI-ATA: bus master base 0xf008
PCI-ATA: init channel done
ata 1: _DevicePresent: device 0, presence 1
ata 1: _DevicePresent: device 1, presence 1
ata 1: deviceMask 3
ata 1: probing device 0
ata 1: signature of device 0: 0xeb14
atapi 1-0: model number: PHILIPS DVD+/-RW DVD8701                
atapi 1-0: serial number: MY0M97537015961E0035
atapi 1-0: firmware rev.: 5D24    
atapi 1-0: using DMA mode 0x12
ata 1: identified ATAPI device 0
ata 1: probing device 1
ata 1 error: device 1 failed, error code is 0x00
ata 1: signature of device 1: 0x0000
ata 1 error: device ready not set
ata 1-1 error: sending identify request failed
publish device: node 0x8335cc70, path disk/atapi/1/master/raw, module drivers/disk/scsi/scsi_cd/device_v1
atapi 1-0 error: invalid target lun 1
atapi 1-0 error: invalid target lun 2
atapi 1-0 error: invalid target lun 3
atapi 1-0 error: invalid target lun 4
atapi 1-0 error: invalid target lun 5
atapi 1-0 error: invalid target lun 6
atapi 1-0 error: invalid target lun 7
ata 1 error: target device not present
ata 1 error: invalid target device
Last message repeated 12 times.
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/ata)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/ata/0)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/ata/0/master)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/ata/0/master/raw)
  found device: /dev/disk/ata/0/master/raw
DMAResource@0x83009980: low/high 0/100000000, max segment count 512, align 2, boundary 65536, max transfer 33553920,2
slab memory manager: created area 0xce001000 (323)
slab memory manager: created area 0xce801000 (324)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi/1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi/1/master)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi/1/master/raw)
  found device: /dev/disk/atapi/1/master/raw
DMAResource@0x83009900: low/high 0/100000000, max segment count 512, align 2, boundary 65536, max transfer 524288, m8
slab memory manager: created area 0xcf001000 (359)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/0)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/0/raw)
  found device: /dev/disk/usb/0/0/raw
usb_disk: got device name "Generic USB SD Reader 1.00": No error
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/1/raw)
  found device: /dev/disk/usb/0/1/raw
usb_disk: got device name "Generic USB CF Reader 1.01": No error
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/2)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/2/raw)
  found device: /dev/disk/usb/0/2/raw
usb_disk: got device name "Generic USB SM Reader 1.02": No error
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/3)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/3/raw)
  found device: /dev/disk/usb/0/3/raw
usb_disk: got device name "Generic USB MS Reader 1.03": No error
KDiskDeviceManager::_ScanPartition(/dev/disk/ata/0/master/raw)
intel: ep_std_ops(0x1)
  trying: partitioning_systems/intel/extended/v1
  returned: -1
intel: ep_std_ops(0x2)
  trying: partitioning_systems/session/v1
  returned: -1
intel: pm_std_ops(0x1)
  trying: partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
intel: pm_identify_partition(0, 0: 0, 40016019456, 512)
  returned: 0.5
  trying: file_systems/devfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/attribute_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/rootfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/packagefs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/iso9660/v1
identify(0, 0x8335a7b0)
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/write_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/bfs/v1
  returned: -1
  scanning with: partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
intel: pm_scan_partition(0, 0: 0, 40016019456, 512)
KDiskDeviceManager::_ScanPartition(/dev/disk/atapi/1/master/raw)
intel: ep_std_ops(0x1)
  trying: partitioning_systems/intel/extended/v1
  returned: -1
intel: ep_std_ops(0x2)
  trying: partitioning_systems/session/v1
raw_command: 
  returned: 0.1
  trying: partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
intel: pm_identify_partition(0, 1: 0, 633344000, 2048)
  returned: 0.81
  trying: file_systems/devfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/attribute_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/rootfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/packagefs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/iso9660/v1
identify(0, 0x8335adc0)
found primary descriptor
  iso9660_primary_descriptor:
    volume descriptor type: 1 (primary)
    standard identifier:    CD001 (valid)
    version:                1
    identifier:             'bootimg                         '
    size:                   1624
    set size:               1
    sequence number:        1
    logical block size:     2048
    path table size:        10
    set identifier:                                     
    root directory record:
      length:               34
      location:             29
      data length:          2048
      volume space:         1
iso9660_info::set_string(0x8335adc0 ('<null>'), 'bootimg                         ', 7)
  returned: 0.6
  trying: file_systems/write_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/bfs/v1
  returned: -1
  scanning with: partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
intel: pm_scan_partition(0, 1: 0, 633344000, 2048)
KDiskDeviceManager::_ScanPartition(/dev/disk/atapi/1/master/0)
intel: ep_std_ops(0x1)
  trying: partitioning_systems/intel/extended/v1
intel: ep_identify_partition(0, 4194304, 629145600, 2048)
  returned: -1
intel: ep_std_ops(0x2)
  trying: partitioning_systems/session/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
intel: pm_identify_partition(0, 6: 4194304, 629145600, 2048)
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/devfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/attribute_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/rootfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/packagefs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/iso9660/v1
identify(0, 0x8335a260)
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/write_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/bfs/v1
  returned: 0.8
  scanning with: file_systems/bfs/v1
device 0: /dev/disk/ata/0/master/raw
  media status:      No error
  device flags:      2
  offset:            0
  size:              40016019456 (38162.25 MB)
  content size:      40016019456
  block size:        512
  child count:       0
  index:             -1
  status:            0
  flags:             5
  volume:            -1
  disk system:       partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
  name:              ST340014A
  content name:      <null>
  type:              <null>
  content type:      Intel Partition Map
  params:            <null>
  content params:    <null>
device 1: /dev/disk/atapi/1/master/raw
  media status:      No error
  device flags:      7
  offset:            0
  size:              633344000 (604.3 MB)
  content size:      633344000
  block size:        2048
  child count:       1
  index:             -1
  status:            0
  flags:             5
  volume:            -1
  disk system:       partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
  name:              PHILIPS DVD+/-RW DVD8701
  content name:      <null>
  type:              <null>
  content type:      Intel Partition Map
  params:            <null>
  content params:    <null>
  partition 6: /dev/disk/atapi/1/master/0
    offset:            4194304
    size:              629145600 (600 MB)
    content size:      629145600
    block size:        2048
    child count:       0
    index:             0
    status:            0
    flags:             a
    volume:            -1
    disk system:       file_systems/bfs/v1
    name:              <null>
    content name:      Haiku
    type:              Be File System
    content type:      Be File System
    params:            type = 235 ; active = 1
    content params:    <null>
device 2: /dev/disk/usb/0/0/raw
  media status:      No media present
  device flags:      5
device 3: /dev/disk/usb/0/1/raw
  media status:      No media present
  device flags:      5
device 4: /dev/disk/usb/0/2/raw
  media status:      No media present
  device flags:      5
device 5: /dev/disk/usb/0/3/raw
  media status:      No media present
  device flags:      5
Identified anyboot CD.
bfs: mounted "Haiku" (root node at 131072, device = /dev/disk/atapi/1/master/0)
Mounted boot partition: /dev/disk/atapi/1/master/0
unknown [94216854:    15] Adding packages from "/boot/system/packages"
unknown [94223012:    15] Failed to open packages activation file: No such file or directory
unknown [94231092:    15] Loading packages from activation file failed. Loading all packages in packages directory.
slab memory manager: created area 0xcf801000 (394)
slab memory manager: created area 0xd0001000 (395)
unknown [126799878:    15] StringPool usage:
unknown [126803722:    15]   total unique strings:       23568,   302461 bytes, overhead: 353520 bytes
unknown [126812729:    15]   total strings with dups:   114531,  1235036 bytes
unknown [126819660:    15]   unshared strings:            1154
unknown [126825207:    15]   bytes saved:               579055
unknown [127542908:    15] Adding packages from "/boot/home/config/packages"
unknown [127549523:    15] Failed to open packages activation file: No such file or directory
unknown [127557750:    15] Loading packages from activation file failed. Loading all packages in packages directory.
unknown [127571695:    15] StringPool usage:
unknown [127575528:    15]   total unique strings:       23568,   302461 bytes, overhead: 353520 bytes
unknown [127584542:    15]   total strings with dups:   114542,  1235101 bytes
unknown [127591474:    15]   unshared strings:            1151
unknown [127597025:    15]   bytes saved:               579120
module_init_post_boot_device() failed to normalize path of module image 0x8300d630, "write_overlay"
module: Search for file_cache/launch_speedup/v1 failed.
partitioning system: partitioning_systems/efi_gpt/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(partitioning_systems/efi_gpt/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/nfs4/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/nfs4/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/nfs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/nfs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/cdda/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/cdda/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/udf/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/udf/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/reiserfs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/reiserfs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/ntfs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/ntfs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/log_overlay/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/log_overlay/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/fat/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/fat/v1)
dos_std_ops()
dos_std_ops()
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/ext2/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/ext2/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/exfat/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/exfat/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/btrfs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/btrfs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
file system: file_systems/bindfs/v1
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem(file_systems/bindfs/v1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_AddDiskSystem() done: No error
KDiskDeviceManager::_ScanPartition(/dev/disk/ata/0/master/raw)
  trying: partitioning_systems/efi_gpt/v1
publish device: node 0x8307bc00, path disk/virtual/ram/control, module drivers/disk/virtual/ram_disk/control/device_1
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/zero
usb_modeswitch: init_hardware()
usb_modeswitch: init_driver()
usb_modeswitch: trying module bus_managers/usb/v3
usb_modeswitch: publish_devices()
usb_modeswitch: uninit_driver()
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/usb_modeswitch
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/tty
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/null
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/dprintf
con_init: trying module console/frame_buffer/v1
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/console
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device()
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device(): unsupported device: vendor ID: 8086, deviceID: 24cb
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device()
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device()
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/nfs4/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/nfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/cdda/v1
raw_command: 
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/udf/v1
udf_recognize: Invalid sequence. status = -1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/reiserfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/ntfs/v1
fs_identify_partition: boot signature NTFS doesn't match
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/log_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
dos_std_ops()
  trying: file_systems/fat/v1
  returned: -1
dos_std_ops()
  trying: file_systems/ext2/v1
ext2: invalid superblock!
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/exfat/v1
exfat: invalid superblock!
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/btrfs/v1
btrfs: invalid superblock!
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/bindfs/v1
  returned: -1
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/ata)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/ata/0)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/ata/0/master)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/ata/0/master/raw)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi/1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi/1/master)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi/1/master/0)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/atapi/1/master/raw)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/floppy)
config_manager: driver module: init
driver_get_next_device_info(bus = 0, cookie = 0)
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/disk/floppy/pc_floppy
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb)
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/disk/usb/usb_floppy
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/disk/usb/usb_disk
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/0)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/0/raw)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/1)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/1/raw)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/2)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/2/raw)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/3)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/usb/0/3/raw)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/virtual)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/virtual/ram)
KDiskDeviceManager::_Scan(/dev/disk/virtual/ram/control)
KDiskDeviceManager::_ScanPartition(/dev/disk/ata/0/master/raw)
intel: ep_std_ops(0x1)
  trying: partitioning_systems/intel/extended/v1
  returned: -1
intel: ep_std_ops(0x2)
  trying: partitioning_systems/session/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: partitioning_systems/intel/map/v1
intel: pm_identify_partition(11, 0: 0, 40016019456, 512)
  returned: 0.5
  trying: file_systems/devfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/attribute_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/rootfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/packagefs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/iso9660/v1
identify(11, 0xcfaaf020)
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/write_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/bfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: partitioning_systems/efi_gpt/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/nfs4/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/nfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/cdda/v1
raw_command: 
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/udf/v1
udf_recognize: Invalid sequence. status = -1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/reiserfs/v1
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/ntfs/v1
fs_identify_partition: boot signature NTFS doesn't match
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/log_overlay/v1
  returned: -1
dos_std_ops()
  trying: file_systems/fat/v1
  returned: -1
dos_std_ops()
  trying: file_systems/ext2/v1
ext2: invalid superblock!
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/exfat/v1
exfat: invalid superblock!
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/btrfs/v1
btrfs: invalid superblock!
  returned: -1
  trying: file_systems/bindfs/v1
  returned: -1
allocate_commpage_entry(8, 20) -> 0x00000250
no valid cpufreq module found
no valid cpuidle module found
add_memory_type_range(-1, 0x100000, 0xe7ef0000, 6)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
add_memory_type_range(-1, 0x100000000, 0x118000000, 6)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
kernel debugger extension "debugger/run_on_exit/v1": loaded
kernel debugger extension "debugger/usb_keyboard/v1": loaded
kernel debugger extension "debugger/invalidate_on_exit/v1": loaded
kernel debugger extension "debugger/hangman/v1": loaded
kernel debugger extension "debugger/disasm/v1": loaded
add_memory_type_range(86, 0xe8000000, 0x300000, 1)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
publish device: node 0xcfac1e40, path random, module bus_managers/random/device_v1
publish device: node 0xcfac1e40, path urandom, module bus_managers/random/device_v1
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device()
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device(): unsupported device: vendor ID: 8086, deviceID: 24c3
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device()
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device(): unsupported device: vendor ID: 8086, deviceID: 24cb
publish device: node 0xcfac1cb0, path power/button/power, module drivers/power/acpi_button/device_v1
publish device: node 0xcfac1c60, path power/button/power_fixed, module drivers/power/acpi_button/device_v1
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
prevent_allow: 
periph_simple_exec: 
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
Last message repeated 13 times.
REG: Failed to open shadow passwd DB file "/etc/shadow": No such file or directory
Running post install script /boot/system/boot/post-install/add_catalog_entry_attributes.sh ...
register_domain(9, unix)
unregister_domain(0xcf98e240, 9, unix)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcf98e240, 5, internet6)
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
register_domain(1, internet)
unregister_domain(0x8301a800, 1, internet)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cd00, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cd00, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cd00, 5, internet6)
register_domain(4, link)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7ce40, 4, link)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7ce00, 5, internet6)
register_domain(9, unix)
package_daemon [135654758:   191] unregister_domain(0xcfb7cdc0, 9, unix)
root at "/boot" (device: 3, node: 131072) registered
package_daemon [135672129:   191] volume at "/boot/system" registered
register_domain(5, internet6)
package_daemon [135697706:   191] volume at "/boot/home/config" registered
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cc80, 5, internet6)
register_domain(1, internet)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cc40, 1, internet)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb40, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb80, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb80, 5, internet6)
register_domain(1, internet)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cd00, 1, internet)
register_domain(9, unix)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cd40, 9, unix)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cd40, 5, internet6)
register_domain(1, internet)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cd40, 1, internet)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb40, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cc00, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cc00, 5, internet6)
register_domain(1, internet)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7ce00, 1, internet)
register_domain(9, unix)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7ce40, 9, unix)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7ce40, 5, internet6)
register_domain(1, internet)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7ce40, 1, internet)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb80, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7ce40, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7ce40, 5, internet6)
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
register_domain(5, internet6)
S3: init_hardware() - no supported devices
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb00, 5, internet6)
ati: init_hardware() - no supported devices
register_domain(9, unix)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cc00, 9, unix)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cc00, 5, internet6)
register_domain(1, internet)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cc00, 1, internet)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7c7c0, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7c800, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7c800, 5, internet6)
3dfx: init_hardware() - no supported devices
register_domain(1, internet)
radeon_hd: init_hardware
Radeon - init_hardware: Version: 5.1.6.0
Radeon - Radeon_CardDetect: no supported devices found
AGP: bus manager init
AGP: found 2 AGP devices
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/graphics/nvidia
intel_extreme: CALLED status_t init_hardware()
devfs: "intel_810" api_version missing
unregister_domain(0xcfb7c800, 1, internet)
i810: init_hardware() - no supported devices
register_domain(9, unix)
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb40, 9, unix)
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb40, 5, internet6)
register_domain(1, internet)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7cb40, 1, internet)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7c5c0, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7c600, 5, internet6)
register_domain(5, internet6)
unregister_domain(0xcfb7c600, 5, internet6)
vesa: init_hardware()
vesa: init_driver()
vesa: publish_devices()
vesa: find_device()
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/graphics/vesa
add_memory_type_range(3219, 0x1da00000, 0x100000, 1)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  4: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
add_memory_type_range(3220, 0xf8000000, 0x1000000, 0)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  4: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
add_memory_type_range(3221, 0xc0000, 0x10000, 0)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xc0000, size:    0x20000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  4: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  5: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
remove_memory_type_range(3221, 0xc0000, 0x10000, 0)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  4: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
add_memory_type_range(3225, 0xe8000000, 0x8000000, 1)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  4: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
register_domain(1, internet)
register_domain(5, internet6)
DDC: ddc2_read: DDC information read failure
Last message repeated 3 times.
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
Last message repeated 3 times.
package_daemon [137126337:   215] Failed to open packages activation file: No such file or directory
package_daemon [137137814:   215] Failed to get activated packages info from activated packages file. Assuming all p.
package_daemon [137152337:   215] latest volume state:
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package_daemon [137164227:   215] active package: "vision-0.10.3-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137171418:   215] active package: "lcms_x86-2.9-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137178525:   215] active package: "gettext_libintl-0.19.8.1-5-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137186707:   215] active package: "ilmbase_x86-2.2.1-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137194213:   215] active package: "libiconv-1.15-4-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137201449:   215] active package: "cdrtools-3.02~a09-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137208943:   215] active package: "curl_devel-7.61.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137216515:   215] active package: "curl_x86-7.61.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137223955:   215] active package: "libpng16-1.6.35-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137231213:   215] active package: "expat-2.2.6-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137238265:   215] active package: "wpa_supplicant-2.7~devel.haiku.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137248177:   215] active package: "haiku-r1~alpha4_pm_hrev52292-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137256611:   215] active package: "libwebp_x86-1.0.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137264148:   215] active package: "speex-1.2.0-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137271221:   215] active package: "giflib6_x86-5.0.5-5-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137278716:   215] active package: "libmodplug-0.8.9.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137286349:   215] active package: "flex-2.6.4-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137293271:   215] active package: "glu_devel-9.0.0-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137300603:   215] active package: "freetype_x86-2.9-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137308094:   215] active package: "libwebp-1.0.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137315339:   215] active package: "ffmpeg-4.0.2-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137322380:   215] active package: "xz_utils_x86-5.2.4-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137329942:   215] active package: "mpc_x86-1.1.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137337155:   215] active package: "libvorbis-1.3.6-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137361807:   215] active package: "sqlite-3.24.0.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137374295:   215] active package: "libogg-1.3.3-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137386036:   215] active package: "jam-2.5_2012_10_12-5-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137405455:   215] active package: "jpeg_devel-9c-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137419294:   215] active package: "mesa-7.9.2-11-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137432283:   215] active package: "findutils-4.6.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137445504:   215] active package: "bash-4.4.023-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137458857:   215] active package: "haiku_x86_devel-r1~alpha4_pm_hrev52292-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137477452:   215] bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
active package: "openjpeg_x86-2.2.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137498304:   215] bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
active package: "libtheora-1.1.1-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137515210:   215] active package: "libffi-3.0.13-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137532854:   215] active package: "tiff4-4.0.9-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137545567:   215] active package: "m4-1.4.18-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137557914:   215] active package: "libpng16_devel-1.6.35-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137567697:   215] active package: "mesa_devel-7.9.2-11-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137575945:   215] active package: "gawk-4.1.4-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137582728:   215] active package: "bc-1.07.1-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137589570:   215] active package: "haiku_x86-r1~alpha4_pm_hrev52292-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137610937:   215] active package: "haikuwebkit_x86-1.6.6-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137629154:   215] active package: "openjpeg-2.1.2-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137636350:   215] active package: "openssl_devel-1.0.2p-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137645609:   215] active package: "giflib6-5.0.5-5-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137658573:   215] active package: "make-4.1-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137669413:   215] active package: "zlib_devel-1.2.11-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137695718:   215] active package: "icu_x86-57.1-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137707909:   215] active package: "mesa_swrast-7.9.2-11-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137719611:   215] active package: "glu-9.0.0-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137726334:   215] bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
active package: "coreutils-8.24-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137745404:   215] active package: "haiku_devel-r1~alpha4_pm_hrev52292-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137758941:   215] active package: "libicns_x86-0.8.1-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137771574:   215] active package: "glu_x86-9.0.0-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137791025:   215] active package: "gmp_x86-6.1.2-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137798348:   215] active package: "libpng16_x86-1.6.35-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137805928:   215] active package: "mkdepend-1.7-5-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137813121:   215] active package: "curl_x86_devel-7.61.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137820919:   215] active package: "libsolv_x86-0.3.0_haiku_2014_12_22-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137829970:   215] active package: "netcat-1.10-4-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137836950:   215] active package: "grep-2.24-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137843828:   215] active package: "curl-7.61.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137850813:   215] active package: "makefile_engine-r1~alpha4_pm_hrev52292-1-any.hpkg"
package_daemon [137859772:   215] active package: "fontconfig-2.12.6-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137867278:   215] active package: "libpcre2-10.30-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137874575:   215] active package: "bzip2_x86-1.0.6-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137881956:   215] active package: "nasm-2.12.01-4-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137889035:   215] active package: "glu_x86_devel-9.0.0-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137900697:   215] active package: "zlib_x86-1.2.11-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137907926:   215] active package: "openexr-2.2.1-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137917075:   215] active package: "gutenprint-5.2.14-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137940220:   215] active package: "freetype-2.9-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137962824:   215] active package: "webpositive_x86-r1~alpha4_pm_hrev52292-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137982173:   215] active package: "jasper_x86-2.0.14-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [137997240:   215] active package: "libexecinfo_x86-1.1-4-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138012412:   215] active package: "expat_x86-2.2.6-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138031576:   215] active package: "patch-2.7.5-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138045218:   215] active package: "jpeg_x86_devel-9c-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138053396:   215] active package: "gcc_x86_syslibs-7.3.0_2018_05_01-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138065751:   215] active package: "sed-4.2.1-6-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138078743:   215] active package: "gzip-1.8-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138085366:   215] bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
active package: "man-1.6g-6-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138103148:   215] active package: "tiff4_x86-4.0.9-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138115444:   215] active package: "libtasn1_x86-4.13-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138133649:   215] active package: "mesa_x86-17.1.10-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138140962:   215] active package: "git-2.16.4-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138152291:   215] active package: "libpng16_x86_devel-1.6.35-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138165499:   215] active package: "mesa_x86_swpipe-17.1.10-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138173421:   215] active package: "sharutils-4.15.2-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138182104:   215] active package: "ilmbase-2.2.1-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138194218:   215] active package: "nano-2.9.8-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138204994:   215] active package: "openexr_x86-2.2.1-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138214955:   215] active package: "libxml2_x86-2.9.3-5-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138222362:   215] active package: "llvm_x86_libs-5.0.0-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138235026:   215] active package: "git_daemon-2.16.4-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138247597:   215] active package: "zlib_x86_devel-1.2.11-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138260357:   215] active package: "autoconf-2.69-8-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138267413:   215] bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
active package: "tar-1.29-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138285993:   215] active package: "jasper-2.0.14-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138297596:   215] active package: "icu-57.1-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138306371:   215] active package: "noto-20170920-3-any.hpkg"
package_daemon [138331644:   215] active package: "mpfr_x86-3.1.6-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138339229:   215] active package: "sqlite_x86-3.24.0.0-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138358536:   215] active package: "noto_sans_cjk_jp-1.004-2-any.hpkg"
package_daemon [138371583:   215] active package: "binutils-2.17_2016_07_24-4-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138384113:   215] active package: "automake-1.15.1-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138395269:   215] active package: "tcpdump-4.9.2-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138409264:   215] active package: "jpeg-9c-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138419647:   215] active package: "libsolv-0.3.0_haiku_2014_12_22-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138435858:   215] active package: "openssh-7.2p2-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138450539:   215] active package: "haiku_loader-r1~alpha4_pm_hrev52292-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138466230:   215] active package: "libxslt_x86-1.1.32-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138480350:   215] active package: "libgpg_error_x86-1.32-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
package_daemon [138505277:   215] active package: "libxml2-2.9.3-5-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138522674:   215] active package: "groff-1.20.1-4-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138534481:   215] active package: "gcc-2.95.3_2017_07_20-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138549328:   215] active package: "perl-5.26.1-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138565569:   215] active package: "unzip-6.10c23-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138575729:   215] active package: "less-531-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138582343:   215] active package: "zlib-1.2.11-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138592063:   215] loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/net/usb_ecm
active package: "openssl-1.0.2p-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138623555:   215] usb_davicom:02.18.628:init_driver::ver.0.9.5
active package: "libgcrypt_x86-1.8.3-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138647704:   215] loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/net/usb_davicom
active package: "readline-7.0.3-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138666058:   215] usb_asix:02.18.669:init_driver::ver.0.10.1
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/net/usb_asix
active package: "jpeg_x86-9c-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138687053:   215] loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/net/pegasus
active package: "ncurses6-6.1-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138705171:   215] etherpci: init_driver init_driver: etherpci not found
active package: "binutils_x86-2.26.1_2016_07_22-6-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138722252:   215] active package: "texinfo-6.1-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138734902:   215] bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
active package: "wget-1.19.4-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138756303:   215] active package: "libedit-20180525_3.1-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138771254:   215] active package: "bzip2-1.0.6-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138784503:   215] active package: "p7zip-9.20.1-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138796573:   215] active package: "python-2.7.12-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138806926:   215] sis19x:02.18.811:init_hardware::SiS19X:init_hardware()
active package: "readline6-6.3.8-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138823314:   215] active package: "ca_root_certificates-2018_06_20-1-any.hpkg"
package_daemon [138855228:   215] active package: "gcc_x86-7.3.0_2018_05_01-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138865007:   215] active package: "pkgconfig-0.29.2-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138872838:   215] active package: "which-2.21-4-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138880311:   215] active package: "libicns-0.8.1-7-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138888408:   215] active package: "ctags-5.8-5-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138895106:   215] active package: "pe-2.4.5-8-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138903825:   215] active package: "openssl_x86_devel-1.0.2p-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138912016:   215] active package: "openssl_x86-1.0.2p-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138919594:   215] active package: "libpcre-8.42-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138932948:   215] active package: "bison-3.0.5-1-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138946493:   215] active package: "scons-2.5.1-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138961828:   215] active package: "zip-3.0-4-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138973421:   215] active package: "libpcap-1.8.1-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg"
package_daemon [138986557:   215] The latest volume state is also the currently active one
package_daemon [139001317:   215] Volume::InitialVerify((nil), (nil))
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
package_daemon [139066248:   215] Volume::InitialVerify(): volume at "/boot/system" is consistent
package_daemon [139082535:   215] Failed to open packages activation file: No such file or directory
package_daemon [139097396:   215] Failed to get activated packages info from activated packages file. Assuming all p.
package_daemon [139124186:   215] latest volume state:
package_daemon [139134169:   215] The latest volume state is also the currently active one
package_daemon [139164536:   215] Volume::InitialVerify(0x189bd170, (nil))
package_daemon [139194953:   215] [broadcom570x] (bge) bus_alloc_resource(3, [16], 0x0, 0xffffffff, 0x1,0x2)
add_memory_type_range(4946, 0xfc000000, 0x10000, 0)
Volume::InitialVerify(): volume at "/boot/home/config" is consistent
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  4: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
[broadcom570x] (bge) bus_alloc_resource(1, [0], 0x0, 0xffffffff, 0x1,0x6)
[broadcom570x] (bge) CHIP ID 0x00001002; ASIC REV 0x01; CHIP REV 0x10; PCI-X 100 MHz
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
if_initname(0x831c6000, bge, 18)
[broadcom570x] broadcom570x: /dev/net/broadcom570x/0
[broadcom570x] () Found MII: brgphy
[broadcom570x] () OUI 0x001018, model 0x0016, rev. 2
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
[broadcom570x] ()  ifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: 10baseT/UTP
10baseTifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: 10baseT/UTP
  Shared Option[0]: full-duplex
, 10baseT-FDXifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: 100baseTX
, 100baseTXifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: 100baseTX
  Shared Option[0]: full-duplex
, 100baseTX-FDXifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: 1000baseT
, 1000baseTifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: 1000baseT
, 1000baseT-masterifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: 1000baseT
  Shared Option[0]: full-duplex
, 1000baseT-FDXifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: 1000baseT
  Shared Option[0]: full-duplex
, 1000baseT-FDX-masterifmedia_add: Adding Entry...
  Type: Ethernet
  SubType: autoselect
, auto
ifmedia_set: target   Type: Ethernet
  SubType: autoselect
ifmedia_set: setting to   Type: Ethernet
AGP: get_nth_agp_info(index 0)
  SubType: autoselect
AGP: get_nth_agp_info(index 1)
if_attach 0xcf9ae0d4
AGP: get_nth_agp_info(index 2)
AGP: set_agp_mode(command ffffffff)
broadcom570x: init_driver(0x8264db58) at 7
AGP: device 0.0.0 has AGP capabilities 1f00421b
AGP: device 1.0.0 has AGP capabilities 1f000e1b
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/net/broadcom570x
AGP: set AGP command 1ffffffa on all capable devices.
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
Last message repeated 3 times.
[net/broadcom570x/0] compat_open(0x2)
prevent_allow: 
periph_simple_exec: 
Test: and [file_exists [/system/bin/FirstBootPrompt], or [not [file_exists [/boot/home/config/settings/Locale settin1
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
ifmedia_ioctl: switching bge to   Type: Ethernet
  SubType: autoselect
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
/dev/net/broadcom570x/0: media change, media 0x22 quality 1000 speed 10000000
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
Last message repeated 7 times.
slab memory manager: created area 0xdf001000 (6343)
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
Last message repeated 3 times.
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/input/wacom
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/input/usb_hid
ps2_hid: init_hardware
ps2_hid: init_driver
ps2_hid: publish_devices
ps2_hid: uninit_driver
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/input/ps2_hid
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
Running post install script /boot/system/boot/post-install/fix_man_settings_paths.sh ...
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
Last message repeated 3 times.
Running post install script /boot/system/boot/post-install/fix_openssh_config_paths.sh ...
Running post install script /boot/system/boot/post-install/sshd_keymaker.sh ...
ps2: probe_mouse Extended PS/2 mouse found
ps2: devfs_publish_device input/mouse/ps2/intelli_0, status = 0x00000000
ps2: devfs_publish_device input/keyboard/at/0, status = 0x00000000
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
ps2: keyboard found
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device()
Highpoint-IDE: supports_device()
firewire: fw_module_init
Texas Instruments TSB43AB22/A
vendor=104c, device=8023, revision = 0
firewire: found 1 cards
firewire: latency timer 20 -> 20.
firewire: cache size 8 -> 8.
firewire: IRQ 22
firewire: hardware register address fd004000
firewire: mapping physical address 0xfd004000 with 2048 bytes for fw ohci register
add_memory_type_range(8068, 0xfd004000, 0x1000, 0)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  4: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
firewire: physical = 0xfd004000, virtual = 0x81ebb000, offset = 0, phyadr = 0xfd004000, mapadr = 0x81ebb000, size = 4
firewire: mapped registers to 0x81ebb000
firewire:OHCI version 1.10 (ROM=1)
firewire:No. of Isochronous channels is 4.
firewire: allocating 3076 bytes for fwohci config etc. buf
firewire: area = 8069, size = 4096, virt = 0x81eb0000, phy = 24939000
firewire: allocating 4096 bytes for fw multi dma buf
firewire: area = 8070, size = 4096, virt = 0x8201a000, phy = 2493a000
firewire: allocating 4096 bytes for fw multi dma buf
firewire: area = 8071, size = 4096, virt = 0x81cb7000, phy = 2493d000
firewire: allocating 16384 bytes for fw multi dma buf
firewire: area = 8072, size = 16384, virt = 0x8216d000, phy = 2493e000
firewire: allocating 4096 bytes for fw multi dma buf
firewire: area = 8073, size = 4096, virt = 0x81ef1000, phy = 24936000
firewire:EUI64 00:10:dc:56:00:5e:b4:a6
firewire:resetting OHCI...done (loop=0)
firewire:Phy 1394a available S400, 2 ports.
firewire:Enable 1394a Enhancements
firewire:Link S400, max_rec 2048 bytes.
firewire:BUS_OPT 0xa002 -> 0xf800a002
firewire: allocating 524288 bytes for fw rx Area
firewire: area = 8075, size = 524288, virt = 0x82171000, phy = 2538f000
firewire: allocating 262144 bytes for fw rx Area
firewire: area = 8076, size = 262144, virt = 0xcdd23000, phy = 2541f000
firewire:fwohci_set_intr: 1
firewire:Initiate bus reset
firewire:fwohci_intr_core: BUS reset
firewire:fwohci_intr_core: node_id=0x00000000, SelfID Count=1, CYCLEMASTER mode
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/bus/fw_raw
node:0 link:1 gap:63 spd:2 con:1 pwr:4 p0:1 p1:1 p2:0 i:1 m:0
firewire:1 nodes, maxhop < = 0 cable IRM irm(0)  (me) 
firewire:fwohci_set_bus_manager: 0->0 (loop=0)
firewire:bus manager 0 
firewire:fw_phy_config: root_node=-1 gap_count=5
fwohci_start: maxdesc 2
firewire:start AT DMA status=0
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/bus/usb_raw
firewire:fw_bus_probe:iterate and invalidate all nodes
firewire:fw_explore: found myself node(0) fc->nodeid(0) fc->max_node(0)
bus_explore done
sis7018:init_hardware:ver:2.0.2
emuxki: init_hardware()
echo3g: init_hardware()
echo3g: no card found
auvia: init_hardware()
auich: init_hardware()
auich: init_driver()
pci_reserve_device(0, 31, 5, auich)
auich: auich_setup(0x82200dc0)
auich: audio/hmulti/auich/1 deviceid = 0x24c5 chiprev = 2 model = 27a enhanced at dc00
add_memory_type_range(8238, 0xfd101000, 0x1000, 0)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  4: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
add_memory_type_range(8239, 0xfd102000, 0x1000, 0)
set MTRRs to:
  mtrr:  0: base:    0xff000, size:     0x1000, type: 0
  mtrr:  1: base: 0xe7ff0000, size:    0x10000, type: 0
  mtrr:  2: base: 0xf0000000, size: 0x10000000, type: 0
  mtrr:  3: base: 0x1da00000, size:   0x100000, type: 1
  mtrr:  4: base: 0xe8000000, size:  0x8000000, type: 1
auich: PCI command before: 7
auich: PCI command after: 7
auich: codec attach
codec reset
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 20000, value = 20000
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 8000, value = 8000
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 11025, value = 11025
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 12000, value = 12000
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 16000, value = 16000
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 22050, value = 22050
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 24000, value = 24000
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 32000, value = 32000
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 44100, value = 44100
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 48000, value = 48000
ac97_set_rate done
ac97_set_rate: clock = 48000, rate = 48000, value = 48000
ac97_set_rate done
ad1885_init
ad1881_init
ac97_amp_enable, reverse eamp = 0
powerdown register was = 0x0f
powerdown register is = 0x0f
codec vendor id      = 0x41445360
codec description     = Analog Devices AD1885 SoundMAX�®
codec 3d enhancement = No 3D Stereo Enhancement
AC97 capabilities:
CAP_HEADPHONE_OUT
CAP_3D_ENHANCEMENT
CAP_VARIABLE_PCM
CAP_REV21
CAP_PCM_RATE_CONTINUOUS
CAP_PCM_RATE_8000
CAP_PCM_RATE_11025
CAP_PCM_RATE_12000
CAP_PCM_RATE_16000
CAP_PCM_RATE_22050
CAP_PCM_RATE_24000
CAP_PCM_RATE_32000
CAP_PCM_RATE_44100
CAP_PCM_RATE_48000
auich: installing interrupt : 11
auich: init_driver done
auich: publish_devices()
auich: publish audio/hmulti/auich/1
auich: find_device(audio/hmulti/auich/1)
loaded driver /boot/system/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/audio/hmulti/auich
auich: name : Master
auich: name : PCM out
auich: name : CD
auich: name : Aux In
auich: name : TAD
auich: name : Mic
auich: name : Line in
auich: name : Center/Lfe
auich: name : Recording
auich: multi->control_count 46
cx23882: init_hardware()
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
bfs: bfs_stat_index:2177: No such file or directory
Last message repeated 8 times.
Last message repeated 2 times.                                   

Yup... that last one gets all the way into the Installer.... time to file a bug report!

26Sep/180

IBM PS/55 Z – 5530 All-In-One

I saw this on eBay and couldn't resist... I probably should have resisted... I also probably should have actually reviewed the specifications prior... but whatever... I made the seller drop it to a Pack'n'Send and it arrived, perfectly packed, in no time. It's a cute little unit. I actually had the 12" IBM VGA monitor back in the day as a single unit and loved it for its clear and sharp 640x480 picture!

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The IBM Personal System/55 (Here's some more information) was a series of computers released in Japan back in the late 1980s. It was based on the x86 architecure, but used IBM's own Microchannel (MCA) system bus. I sorta wish I'd researched that point beforehand as nowadays MCA cards are few and limited in technology. Ethernet is hardly BNC co-axial and SCSI is rare. Audio is even rarer... but there were Creative and Roland cards! Good luck trying to find one!

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The front sports two slots for floppy drives, brightness/contrast and a lovely lever-style power switch. There's also your power and HDD LEDs. The swivel base is also a nice addition. There's even a lever on the rear to secure the unit once you've swivelled it to the point you like.

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There's a panel on the rear to cover up the VGA cable. This cable is a little strange... it seems to be an artifact from the fact that the whole unit is really just an IBM 12" monitor with a growth hanging from the base. Instead of running the cable internally, they actually have a midget lead and plug that is exactly the length required to fit into the Display Adapter card which can therefore only be in slot one. This becomes more apparent inside when you realise the card requires an extended slot and, you guessed it, slot one is the only such slot.

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The whole PC area of the unit slides out once you unplug the VGA cable and unscrew the two black screws. I really do like the modular design! Note, it also seems this unit expects the keyboard to have a speaker in it? Interesting!

But what does it look like on the inside?

Getting access to the motherboard is super easy. Unscrew the two screws and then slide the whole lot out. Make sure you unplug the VGA lead first! The shelf that the motherboard sits on is easy to work with and provides access to drives as well. My unit didn't come with any... I assume the floppy will be standard? But the HDD definitely isn't. Jeesh. The MCA bus is also totally obsure and the graphics card is a Display Adapter IV. It also needs to stay in the top slot as that's the only extended MCA slot and it's also the only one the VGA lead will reach to.

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You'll note that with the motherboard removed, the case is still very much in-tact. Actually, it's sealed. Getting to the area where actual power supply and monitor are is a little more tricky. I wanted to give it a good visual inspection prior to powering up, so I endeavoured to open it. Turns out it's built to be totally tamper-proof and return-to-factory only! There are two removeable caps on top that present you with 'headless' screws. Yes, they're screws... but there's no ability to actually unscrew them.

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I made a total mess with my (fake) dremel to try and gouge a flat-head screwdriver slot. I ended up melting a lot of plastic... but for some reason I'd decided that the covers will go back over, so the mess is contained. Either way, the screws came out and the case came off.

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Yup, it's a CRT alright... and that power supply is totally embedded into the monitor housing. So much for an easy switch to a 240v supply. I'll revisit this once I work out if the motherboard is good. If it's not, I might just gut the whole thing. Back in '99, The Techtroid Box did just that.

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Meanwhile, the patterns of dust on the inside of the monitor housing were slightly mesmerising!

Motherboard Layout

This is a flat AT style board. All integrated ports are along the rear. Some of the ICs have IBMs infamous heatsink shields that make them look military-grade. The MCA bus is obvious and two riser cards exist for a HDD and the 3 MCA slots. There's also a floppy header and some random jumpers.

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There's a header at the top end that plugs into a socket very similar to a Commodore 64 User Port Edge Connector. This is fed from the powersupply that's intertwined with the monitor circuitry in the do-not-touch zone. Looking down at the board, with the edge connector pointing up, the pinout seems to be as follows:

GND GND GND GND GND GND GND
-12v 12v 2.8v 5v 5v 5v 5v 5v 5v

So, above you'll find the top and bottom rows, as if you were looking into the socket inside the chassis from the rear. I have no idea if the voltages are correct as my machine isn't booting.

Does it work?

The unit requires 110v AC, so I used my trusty step-down transformer. After re-assembling the bare minimum, I applied power. The monitor came to life, but the motherboard was dead. There was a little bit of heat from the CPU, but no other life. No manner of RAM SIMMs helped. A closer inspection revealed that just about every aluminium electrolytic capacitor had started to corrode. Tracks were beaten in a few areas. Looking even closer, it also seems that the motherboard is 4-layer: tracks top and bottom with two plates in the middle... possibly positive and negative?

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I started replacing capacitors where relevant and testing tracks... No amount of effort brought it back to life though.

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Turns out you can feed the motherboard connector through the front floppy slot and then connect it up... allows for much easier fault diagnosis!

Is it the EPROMs?

I intend on popping them out and reading the data off them. From a visual inspection of the code, I might be able to tell if they look OK? Maybe copyright data, etc... but I'll have no checksum to work with to determine if the images are correct. I'll also have no other images to load to test further...

Final answer: replace the guts?

I'll do this in another post. There's a few options for motherboards with riser cards on eBay and I'll need to choose wisely as I'll want the measurements to line up as closely as possible. Of course, I could just slap something in (as per The Techtroid Box's post), but I want it to be cleaner and more permanent.

Does the CRT work?

The video card is an IBM "Display Adapter II". Supposedly it has an 1024x768 mode? Here's more information, albeit in the wrong language. And this article (scroll down to PC # 6) also indicates the resolution.

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I happily got 640x480 working... I'll spend a little more time later with 1024x768. First I'll find it some new innards.

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24Sep/180

68-pin RAM SIMMs

I had previously picked up this Bravo 4/33 486 Machine and had assumed, from the photos in the auction, that it needed standard 72-pin SIMMs. A quick physical test proved this assumption very wrong. This was a proprietary motherboard and the slots were narrower than 72-pin SIMMs and wider than 30-pin! I'd never actually seen anything like this before. I then researched and realised that this board needed 68-pin SIMMs.

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eBay came to the rescue and two 4MB SIMMs arrived from Denmark! Seems they're mainly used in Roland hardware or Macintoshes. Anyway, from the photo above you would easily mistake them for 72-pin SIMMs. It all becomes obviously when you line up all the types...

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Above we have a 128-pin SIMM, a 72-pin SIMM, two 68-pin SIMMs and then a 30pin SIMM. I think quickly tested in the motherboard and success! They fit!

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Of course, the machine still didn't boot... time for more mucking around... (and no, it wasn't the fault of that loose screw...)

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18Sep/180

Japanese Railway Freight Timetables

These are the freight watchers guide to Japan. They include both JR Freight and private companies. I've previously used them to chase The Gakunan Railway, the Seino Railway (Minoakasaka) and the Chichubu Railway. Oh! Also the M250 Super Rail Cargo run by Sagawa Transport! (also see here) .. I recently picked up the latest copy...

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Anyway, I looked at my shelf recently and realised I've got the collection from 2010 through to 2018! All of these have either been ordered from Shosen Books in Akihabara, or direct from the author website.

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In each of them, if bought brand new, you get a calendar and the run diagrams. These diagonally plotted timetables show you the train paths and their layovers. It's really handy to find the places with the most crosses. Actually, I used the same mechanism when chasing The Southern Spirit here in Australia.

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Note to the left is the main freight timetable from 1964 when the railways made the huge final switch from Steam to Electric/Diesel. It's known as yon-san-tou... (4,3,10) which translates to: October 1968, i.e. the 10th month of the 43rd year of Showa. At some point I want to actually compare large chunks of the timetables to see if there's any interesting correlations.

Until then, the goal is to just chase more freight in Japan! If you need a hand with information that might be available in these timetables, then drop a comment below.

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13Sep/180

Osaka Higashi Line Update!

I was just browsing satelite maps of Osaka and found that they'd expanded the bridge! (Previously reported here)

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From above, you can see the western on/off ramps are complete. The eastern side of the bridge has also now completely crossed the river. Actually, the construction equipment has also been removed!

The tracks were also re-aligned down at Shin-Osaka station...

2018-02-27 16 05 28-新大阪ライブカメラ (Sin-Osaka Cam) - YouTube

You can see a whole lot of over-ballasted track in the bottom-to-mid-right of the image above. That's where the tracks will merge in from the above ramps.

The railway was 'optimistically' meant to open last financial year... so we're already 2 months behind... but the construction is looking very promising!

10Sep/180

6029 Returns to Canberra (for a weekend)

The irony... or, at least I think it's irony? I don't know anymore. But, whatever, I didn't need an excuse... what a great reason to return to Canberra for the weekend! 6029 came back to the place where it had been stored for decades and then rebuilt (to then assist in causing the failure of the railway museum) to run tours to Queanbeyan and Bungendore.

Here's the event link, but I can't see that link lasting long at all. It's not overly unique? Anyway, the basic idea was 4 shuttles to Queanbeyan on Saturday morning, followed by a single afternoon return trip to Bungendore. Then sunday was three full return trips to Bungendore.

The Line

It turns out that Canberra was an afterthought. To get to Canberra, railway vehicles first traverse the logging line to Bombala, but only until Queanbeyan where the Canberra branch actually starts. Railways were always about freight... and Canberra hadn't been invented yet... so the line that exists between Goulburn and Bombala was actually due to the need for wood, with an extension to Canberra built later.

It's a very short trip between Canberra and Queanbeyan, hence why they managed to schedule in four shuttles on the Saturday morning. There's not much along the line as it's quite flat between both stations.

Getting to Canberra from Thirlmere

It turns out that this was part of a larger rail cruise. Cruise Express ran their Southern Rail Spectactular event from Sydney to Melbourne and return. It included branchlines, steam engines and multiple consist changes. SRHC even got their standard-gauge consist set up for this specific event! It was also fun watching the consists hold up traffic in either direction...

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And again Northbound...

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Saturday, 1st September 2018

GL112 was attached on the rear and the train made it into Canberra Railway Station (Kingston) for it's first trip at 0900. All went well and I was waiting on the northern side of Jerrabomberra Creek. Beautiful sunlight and only 2 other onlookers.

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From there, I attempted to get the return from the back of Bunnings in Fyshwick, but there were no good vantage points. The carpark at DFO would've been on the wrong side, with the sun directly in ones face. A quick shop at Jaycar for a DB9 socket for a mouse rebuild and then off to the back of Nick Scali furniture to catch the 10am outbound.

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Another two onlookers... one being naughty on the wrong side of the fence... and then it was off to Queanbeyan to watch the return shuttle.

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From there, it was family time for lunch. I managed to watch the 12pm shuttle depart before this... not before seeing a whole range of stupidity though... people just seem to think that crossing a yard is appropriate? They were quickly told to move on!

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4201 then rolled in with a NSWRTM water gin!? I love unexpected surprises! 6029 then departed.

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Later in the afternoon, I found enough time in the afternoon to watch the Bungendore return trip at the bridge just past Queanbeyan station. Lots of interest here this time and great sunlight. It's an awesome spot for inbound movements.

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Sunday, 2nd September 2018

First-things-first on a Sunday morning in Canberra: Jamison Trash'n'Treasure, Mitchell Tip Shop, Woden Trash'n'Treasure and then Mugga Tip Shop. Found a few tid-bits, but nothing to call home about. Actually, Mitchell Tip shop was a bit out of control: they wanted AUD$25 for a monitor and set of computer speakers... what kind of 'gourmet' do they think they're selling? It's literally rubbish!

Made it back home to switch cars and then to Kingston railway to catch up with friends to grab some aerial video of the Bungendore shuttles. In the yard, 42103 and 4201 were hanging around, keeing the crowd entertained.

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First stop was to be the bridge at Burbong, NSW. It's a great location, amazingly scenic, but the sun isn't always in the best location!

Fortunately, for a drone, the sun is absolutely no issue. Line-of-sight with too many trees can be... but we managed to find a great location. Nathan even had the 'VR' headset so I was watching the drone's viewpoint as he was flying it... pretty damn amazing!

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The train came in due course and ... it was beautiful. The locomotive was at full-tilt (the exhaust may well exclaim that) and the sights and sounds were awesome. It passed quite quickly but we caught further footage whilst everyone else was packing up.

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And now, the best part... the drone footage! (Make sure to turn the quality right up!)

The next spot was in the Molonglo Gorge. I'd actually never been here... even though I'd lived in Canberra for ~28 years. Seriously disappointing actually, as it's an amazing location! The railway line snakes along the gorge hill-side through two tunnels and there's a few spaces along the access roads to get some great shots.

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Another pilot had a drone out (exactly the same model) and our flight paths were negotiated to not get in eachother's way. Not exactly an easy thing to do as your viewpoint from the drone can be based on the film you're trying to take rather than the drones around you... and they can also have the same idea... so we had our wits about us. There's also a no-fly-zone towards Queanbeyan, but we were far enough away from it.

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After that, it was back to family time before jetting back off to Melbourne. Usually my weekends are pretty quiet in Canberra, but this one was fantastic. Can only thank the NSW Rail Museum for the entertainment!

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5Sep/180

What RAM slots are these?

I recently found a relic on eBay. It's an AST Bravo 4/33 (not the LC!) and has a very proprietary motherboard. I'd seen the photos and I thought I saw standard 72-pin SIMM slots. Turns out I was totally wrong... I've never seen this size before!? There's a similar-but-not-quite motherboard diagram here, but the jumpers are in different locations. The strange RAM also doesn't get a mention?

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Turns out they're neither 30-pin, nor 72-pin! Did AST decide to use Apple's proprietary 64-pin SIMMs? There are similar (68-pin) 256kb and 512kb SIMMs on eBay, but they don't match the pin-count and they're for VRAM in older Apples? There also seems to be other something resembling RAM soldered onto the motherboard, but I can't find any information to determine if that's actually RAM or just cache. Either way, the machine just beeps once when power is applied. The beep sounds like a standard "NO RAM" boot error. There's also a fried electrolytic capacitor.

...Actually, I just found two 64-pin 4mb SIMMs for an Amiga... Let's see if they work when/if they arrive...

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27Aug/180

Melbourne, Australia – August, 2018

There's been a bit of heritage activity around Melbourne recently and I thought I'd post a few pictures up-front, rather than letting them rot away in the albums.

Steamrail's Snow Train

This consist runs twice a year from Southern Cross to Traralgon. From there you can venture off on other tours of the countryside. It's usually run by two R class steam locomotives, as it was this year. I happened to ride on it last year, so instead chose to take photos of it this year.

The train ran on Sunday, 5th August. This perfectly aligns with the usual Sunday trash and treasure market adventures, and so I waited near the Oakleigh market. This also happens to be where the Skyrail comes back to earth, so I attempted a shot of the train coming off the viaduct.

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As you can see, R711 was up front and they powered through beautifully.

Excuse the long wind-up, you could hear the train coming well before you saw it!

707 Operations with R707 and A66

Another Sunday (26th August), another set of flea markets and another consist of vintage goodness. It even went the same way... and so did I. But this time I had enough time to get home and deliver the randomness I picked up before it came past the apartment. Therefore... the usual spot first, with the new location. It's a little harder to get the right shot as the train was on the furthest track!

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And the poor steamer was getting lugged along behind. Perfect logic though, no running around when it wanted to return in the other direction!

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It then came back through and I caught it around the bend at South Yarra. There were a few random trains in between though... like the steelie!

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A multitude of sparks...

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And yes.. then the main event...

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And so that was the first trip... To Berwick and return. The second leg was to Stony Point and back, with a 20min stop at Patterson on the way there.

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The stop wasn't overly practical... as it was really for the passengers and there wasn't much platform to stretch out on.

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I snuck down to the fence and, regardless of the lighting, I snapped away as the train departed.

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Always perfect to see these tours sell out and history preserved!

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