ACPI & Legacy USB support
Yesterday, while upgrading from 5.0.2 to 5.1, the kernel kept failing (hang) while probing the USB ports and, in order to install and start the system, I had to boot using the "No ACPI" option.
In case anyone encounters this problem, disable the "Legacy USB support" in the computer's BIOS or set it to "BIOS Setup Only", if available.
A daemon in need is a daemon indeed.
|acpi, netbsd, usb|
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