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SubjectRE: USB problems with 2.4.0
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What kind of USB host controller is it?
Maybe there are some issues with it.

Maybe 'lspci -vv'...

~Randy
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> From: Adam Huffman [mailto:bloch@verdurin.com]
>
> System is a KA7-100, sole USB peripheral is a Logitech MouseMan Wheel.
>
> If I use the uhci driver, it doesn't initialise properly (there is a
> message along the lines of "something bad happened". If I use the
> usb-uhci driver, I frequently get an oops if I move the mouse during
> bootup.
>
> If anyone is interested I will try to obtain a decoded oops report.
>
> I've had this problem for a while and have reported it here before, as
> well as to one of the USB maintainers, but with no result so far.
>
>
> Adam
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