Install help on Lenovo Yoga 300-11IBY
dillon at backplane.com
Wed Sep 6 11:06:30 PDT 2017
You probably need the sdhci_acpi.ko module. Make sure you have sdhci and
sdhci_acpi in there too.
On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 5:10 AM, Ian <ian at dijix.com> wrote:
> I’m just getting to grips with DragonFly BSD, I’ve installed it ok on one
> laptop, which is great apart from ACPI S3 sleep.
> I’m trying to install it on another laptop, a cheap Yoga with a 32GB MMC
> as the internal disc.
> It installs fine, there’s no warnings similar to Dmitry Postolovs issues
> earlier however once installed the machine won’t boot to the login prompt.
> I accepted the default partition layout e.g.:
> /boot 1024M
> Swap ~2Gb
> / * the rest
> It boots from the MMC ok, I press 1 to Boot DragonFly Kernel, then boot
> proceeds as normal.
> After USB device discovery the boot process halts with this message:
> No B_DEVMAGIC (bootdev=0)
> Mounting root from hammer:mmcdsd0s1d
> No disk named `mmcdsd0s1d`
> hammer_vfs_mount: can’t find devvp
> hammer_vfs_mount: No root volume found!
> Root mount failed: 22
> Then I’m presented with mount root which lists various devices but not the
> mmcsd device
> Typing hammer:[device name]
> Fails as these are not proper devices.
> If I boot from the USB installer I can mount the mmcsd device and see the
> filesystem and everything seems okay.
> I have tried loading the mmc and mmcdd modules before boot, but they
> appear to be loaded automatically (or built into the kernel)
> Obviously the device is recognised as it is booting from the /boot
> partition, however when it comes time to mount the main partition the
> device is no longer recognised.
> Any pointers would be appreciated.
> Are there any magic flags that need to be set on the / partition.
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