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SubjectRe: lsmod usage count = -3 ?


On Wed, 23 Sep 1998, PJ wrote:

>
> Module Size Used by
> serial 16612 -3 (autoclean)
> ipx 12220 0 (autoclean)
> vfat 13464 0 (autoclean) (unused)
> fat 24280 0 (autoclean) [vfat]
>
> I also not that I can not see any listing for this device in /proc/interrupts
> and that "strace echo L > /dev/ttyS0" hangs and needs to be "kill -9"'ed
> from another console.
>
> This all went hooey after running miniterm.c from lpg-0.4 examples.
>
> Gonna have to reboot now.

I had this happen as well; although I don't suggest it; insmod -f serial
will make the counter -2 .. once it's 0 you can rmmod it; and reload it.
It worked for me; as for stability; I'm unsure.. I couldn't duplicate the
problem; and didn't leave the system running long; just in case..

Russ


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