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SubjectRe: Oops on booting 2.4.4
Pete Zaitcev wrote:

> > May 23 02:46:24 localhost kernel: Process kudzu (pid: 219,
> > stackpage=c7845000)
> > May 23 02:46:24 localhost kernel: Stack: c12607e0 00000400 00000400
> > c73aa000 c122a060 c122a05c c122a058 c88fbb20
> > May 23 02:46:24 localhost kernel: 000003f1 000003f1 c014ab80
> > c73aa3f1 c7845f9c 00000000 00000400 ffffffea
> > May 23 02:46:24 localhost kernel: c7f43f60 00000400 bffff4b8
> > c7f2e220 c12607e0 00000000 00000000 c73aa000
> > May 23 02:46:24 localhost kernel: Call Trace: [<c88fbb20>]
> > [proc_file_read+184/464] [sys_read+142/196] [system_call+51/56]
> > May 23 02:46:24 localhost kernel: Call Trace: [<c88fbb20>] [<c014ab80>]
> > [<c012e83e>] [<c0106aeb>]
>
> A module deregistered incorrectly, or has a race between
> post-load activities and unload. One way or another it left
> a dangling proc entry.
>
> The oops does not provide off-stack information, so it's impossible
> to tell what particular modules is the culprit.
>
> > May 23 02:46:24 localhost kernel: hub.c: USB new device connect on
> > bus1/2, assigned device number 2
> > May 23 02:46:24 localhost kernel: usb.c: USB device 2 (vend/prod
> > 0x4a9/0x2204) is not claimed by any active driver.
>
> What is this thing you have on USB? Try to run without it.
>
> -- Pete

It's a canon usb scanner.
running with or without it does not make any difference.

kind regards,
Harm

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