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SubjectRe: airo regression with Linux 2.4.23-pre2
>From Javier Achirica on Wednesday, 15 October, 2003:
>I've been out for a few days, so I'm now catching up with e-mail...
>Anyway, I've been discussing this issue with Celso and looks like the line
>he mentions make his configuration fail. I added it because in other cases
>it makes it work. Anyway, please test the driver removing that line and if
>it fixes the problem I'll just try to figure out the exact cases when it's
>neede (Cisco hasn't been very helpful about it)..

Hello again.

I've tested the change, but I am having a problem even getting to that

When inserting the airo card in kernel 2.4.22 and 2.4.22-bk36, I get the
following error:

Oct 18 16:50:10 paulus cardmgr[3036]: socket 1: 350 Series Wireless LAN Adapter
Oct 18 16:50:11 paulus airo: register interrupt 0 failed, rc -16
Oct 18 16:50:11 paulus airo_cs: RequestConfiguration: Operation succeeded
Oct 18 16:50:12 paulus cardmgr[3036]: get dev info on socket 1 failed: Resource temporarily unavailable

Do you know where this might be coming from? The card works pretty well
(it actually has the following problem in 2.4.21:

ct 19 00:20:52 paulus Warning: kfree_skb passed an skb still on a list (from c011a444).
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus kernel BUG at skbuff.c:315!
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus invalid operand: 0000
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus CPU: 0
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus EIP: 0010:[<c022dedb>] Not tainted
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus EFLAGS: 00010282
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus eax: 00000045 ebx: c3c124a0 ecx: 00000001 edx: c9c5e000
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus esi: c9f43f8c edi: 00000000 ebp: c9f42000 esp: c9f43f78
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus Process keventd (pid: 2, stackpage=c9f43000)
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus Stack: c02b6180 c011a444 c9f43f8c c011a444 c3c124a0 c89602e4 c89602e4 ffffffff
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus c9f42568 c0121fbc c02cd770 c9f42560 c9f42570 c9f42000 00000001 00000000
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus c02cb260 00010000 00000000 00000700 c0121ea0 c031f23c 00000000 c9f42000
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus Call Trace: [<c011a444>] [<c011a444>] [<c0121fbc>] [<c0121ea0>] [<c0105000>]
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus [<c0105706>] [<c0121ea0>]
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus
Oct 19 00:20:52 paulus Code: 0f 0b 3b 01 ac 53 2b c0 58 5a 8b 5c 24 08 e9 e2 fe ff ff 90

(unfortunately, it doesn't look like ksymoops could translate this for
some reason.)

which is what I was hoping was fixed in the upgrade.

Unfortunately, neither 2.4.22 work (as described above), and for some reason
the pcmcia/cardbus driver locks up my system (I found this by stripping out
everything and slowly adding stuff back 'till it broke) without an error
that I can find in 2.6.0. :(

Any assistance you can provide would be extremely helpful. I can edit the
files and add debugging info if need be--I just want to be able to use
a current kernel again. ;)

Thank you for your help.

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