In article <1992Apr2.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Heiser) writes:
>We are seeing a funny message at boot-time on our Sparc ELC machines.
>The message is as follows:
>fdc: unexpectedly busy - stat 0x34
>fdc: no RQM - Stat 0x10
>What do these mean? What is "fdc", and what is an "RQM"?
Thanks to all who responded: The consensus is that the "fdc" message
is from the floppy disk driver, and since the ELC doesn't ahve a floppy,
that message comes out at boot-time. Removing the FDC driver from the
kernel will elminate the message and save a bit of memory.
Thanks much to the many people who responded:
Nick Sayer <email@example.com>
fwp@CC.MsState.Edu (Frank Peters)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Schulz)
email@example.com (Kathryn Fielding)
Christopher Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
email@example.com.EDU (Robert Montjoy)
mikec@suntzu.West.Sun.COM (Mike Cormier [Los Angeles SE])
firstname.lastname@example.org (Shawn Instenes)
Steve.Mosher@East.Sun.COM (Steve Mosher - Sun ECOPS Manufacturing Engineering)
-- *** Happiness is a hot boiled lobster with drawn butter *** Work: email@example.com Home: firstname.lastname@example.org Public Access Unix/USENET 508-655-3848
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.2 : Fri Sep 28 2001 - 23:06:40 CDT