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SubjectRe: networking bugs and bugme.osdl.org
On Sat, Jul 12, 2003 at 10:07:42AM -0700, Jan Rychter wrote:
> It hasn't. The result is a system that works for you (and other active
> developers), but not for everyone. As an example -- try running Linux on
> a modern laptop, connecting some USB devices, using ACPI, or
> bluetooth. Observe the resulting problems and crashes. You'll hit loads
> of obscure bugs that have been reported, but never got looked at in
> detail. I certainly have hit them and reported most, and most got
> dropped in various places.

What USB bugs have you reported that have gotten dropped?

Note, a _lot_ of USB bluetooth devices are real flaky, not much the
kernel can do about them :(

greg k-h
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