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Old 7th August 2008
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Originally Posted by gosha View Post
... on reboot it is enabled again.
Using boot -c will allow you to temporarily change some kernel configuration attributes, as described by boot_config(8). Those changes can be made permanent with config(8)'s "-u" option, if warranted, or config(8) may be used to recreate the changes or produce a changed kernel file to select at the boot> prompt.

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cbb(4) is a cardbus controller. Looking through the source code (src/sys/dev/pci/{pccbb.c,pcbbreg.h} the "Bad Vcc Request" comes from a status code produced by the cardbus socket register.

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Searching through the misc@ mailing list archives, I saw one posting from 2004 that described the message as spurious. Considering you see kernel messages like these while your system is running and not hanging, I do not believe that cardbus/pcmcia issues are related to your hang.
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