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SubjectRe: kmod freezes
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>> >I don't believe that preventing that configuration in the first place is
>> >an answer, because maybe one day we'll have the printer driver trying to
>> >set itself up with a lowlevel parport driver each time an open() is done
>> >on an lp device if it failed at initialisation time.
>>
>> Preventing that configuration is probably a good idea in terms of 2.2, since
> I
>> doubt we can make it work properly in that timeframe. Whether that's possib
>le
>> or not is another question.
>
>Fixing kmod is not very hard. request_module() simply needs to start
>
> if(!kmod_started)
> return -EBUSY;

I meant making the lp driver work properly when the parport drivers are
modules - I wasn't talking about kmod.

p.



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