When I boot my system, I get the following message:
[Sat Oct 26 20:34:25 2019] Calgary: detecting Calgary via BIOS EBDA area [Sat Oct 26 20:34:25 2019] Calgary: Unable to locate Rio Grande table in EBDA - bailing!
- What is "Calgary"?
- What is the "Rio Grande table"?
- Why does it need to be located in EBDA, and given that it does - why is my kernel failing to do so?
- What are the consequences of this failure?
I'm running Devuan 3 (Beowulf) on an i5-7600K CPU on an MSI Z170 PRO GAMING motherboard.