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SubjectRe: PROBLEM: PCMCIA cardmgr kill hangs kernel
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Hello bert,

> > kernel: linux-2.5.43
> > cardmgr: 3.2.1
> > hardware:DELL Inspiron 8100
> > config: CONFIG_PCMCIA
> > CONFIG_CARDUBS
> > CONFIG_BLK_DEV_IDECS
> >
> > killing the cardmgr hangs the kernel,
>
> How hard? Does numlock still work? Can you tell if the CPU is busy
> afterwards (ie, your laptop remains hot)
I did find out that it only happens when my compact flash card is insurted.
Without it I can do a kill of the cardmgr.

I haven't checked numlock. But I can't switch consoles with alt+f?.

I'll do some more test this evening in the hotel.

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