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SubjectRe: Oops in pl2303 driver
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Greg KH <greg@kroah.com> writes:
> That makes me very suspicious. If you can reproduce it with the
> uhci driver again, please let me know. I'm getting some odd
> reports of a problem like this, but I'm unable to reproduce it, and
> others are having a hard time too.

I recently bought a BAFO BF-810 usb->serial adaptor which also
contained a pl2303 (the driver detects it as one at least). I have
exactly the same behavior as Tony Hoyle. If I use the uhci module,
it'll crash every time (I am using pilot-xfer to backup my palm for
tests). If I change to the usb-uhci driver, it works.

Currently only running 2.4.19pre9. Will try a newer kernel soon. The
driver itself has not changed between 2.4.19pre9 and 2.4.19, though.

(SMP-system).

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Thorkild Stray, Linpro AS <thorkild@linpro.no>
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