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SubjectRe: Random problems with 2.6.28-rc1-git1
Jiri Kosina ha scritto:
> On Sat, 25 Oct 2008, Mikko C. wrote:
>
>> Today I tried upgrading to 2.6.28-rc1-git1 (-rc1 couldn't even mount the
>> disk). I'm having some problems with it :)
>> 1) Whenever I try to unload (rmmod or modprobe -r) *any* modules (even
>> if not used), the system hangs. I can still move the mouse and see
>> the cursor moving, but I can't type, can't switch console, nothing.
>> Because of this, I can't shutdown the system properly because it
>> hangs when "Unloading ALSA modules"
>>
>
> If rmmod never returns, alt-sysrq-t output should show us where it got
> stuck.
>
>
Thanks for your answer
I tried Alt-Sysrq-T after a rmmod, but all I get is:
"SysRq : Show State"

Is it normal? Does it dump the information to a log?
Sorry but I never used sysrq in the past.

>> 2) Sometimes (randomly it seems) the system doesn't detect any usb
>> devices: I have an external HD and a Logitech mouse. Sometimes they
>> are recognized, sometimes not. Unplugging and re-plugging them
>> doesn't help. lsusb shows no attached device.
>>
>
> Compiling with CONFIG_USB_DEBUG and sending report to
> linux-usb@vger.kernel.org with the output included might be a good start.
>
Ok, done: http://marc.info/?l=linux-usb&m=122500580917403&w=2

Thanks


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