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SubjectRe: AMD 768 USB Controller
On Thu, Aug 29, 2002 at 05:21:37PM -0700, abhishek Sinha wrote:
> > Looks like the usb-ohci driver bound to your device
> > just fine :)
>
> OOPs mistake from my side.It must be the ohci driver
> instead of the uhci..(just got confused).
>
> "all apologies"
> >
> > And what happens when you plug in your USB device?
>
> When i plug the device into the machine the kernel
> crashes.Thinking it might be something with the
> hotplug i disabled it (mv /sbin/hotplug
> /sbin/hotplug.old) and inserted the modules one by
> one.When i insert the st module the kernel crashes.
> When i just leave everything to work magically this is
> what happens(same message as when insert the module)
>
> EFLAGS: 00010293
> lh35s: EIP is at dl_done_list [usb-ohci] 0X76
> (2.4.18-3SMP)
> e0>ax: 0000000 ebx:f7607080 ecx: 37d92fc7 edx:
> f7607080
>
> <0>Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interupt handler!

So the USB modules were loaded just fine?
Can you run the oops message through ksymoops and send us the output?

thanks,

greg k-h
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