DragonFly hangs at boot (Packard Bell laptop)

Sascha Wildner saw at online.de
Wed Jul 11 12:36:02 PDT 2012

On Wed, 11 Jul 2012 21:23:31 +0200, Jakob Pedersen <jakobp78 at gmail.com>  

> I have just installed DragonFlyBSD on my laptop, but am having problems
> booting. I thought it was a problem when daemons are loading and
> de-activated all in rc.conf.
> When booting, the system stops at: 'Configuring syscons: Keymap  
> blanktime'.
> Then after a ctrl + c booting resumes with 'Additional ABI support' and
> continues to the login prompt. I have had some issues with ACPI on the  
> same
> laptop, however booting with ACPI disable does not appear to change
> anything - Still the same. I hope someone out there is able to help or at
> least give an idea what's up. My laptop is a Packard Bell Easynote R1926  
> -
> Running FreeBSD 9.0 boots without problems with ACPI enabled.

Is this the GUI LiveDVD/IMG?

If so, it looks like it's stuck in sshd setup.

Can you type CTRL-T when it hangs? It should give some more information.

Is your network setup properly?


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