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SubjectRe: compiled-in (non-modular) USB initialization bug
On Mon, Sep 17, 2001 at 02:34:42PM -0500, David Acklam wrote:
> A few months ago I posted a bug report about the Pegasus driver not
> initializing (or not initializing fast enough to work with NFS-Root) when
> compiled-in. I've found that this is not specific to the
> pegasus, as I have recently noticed that the kernel 'driver-initialized'
> messages for my USB mouse and keyboard (i.e. HID devices) come up AFTER
> init has been started. These drivers are also 'compiled-in'
>
> The problem this poses is that some applications (like NFSRoot) need
> access to USB devices BEFORE the kernel mounts filesystems/starts init.

Could you send me / the list the kernel boot messages when this happens?
Along with the .config that you used?

thanks,

greg k-h
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