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SubjectRe: 2.6.0 yenta_socket eats kernel time on Toshiba Laptop
"Ben Hoskings" <> wrote:
> I've got a Toshiba Satellite Pro 4300 (PIII-750 on an Intel 440BX
> chipset). Modprobing yenta_socket under 2.6.0 (I've tried test6 to test9
> inclusive) causes the system to appear to lock up.
> Once I managed to change consoles and run top (each keystroke took a good
> 20 seconds to echo), which showed that the kernel was using 100% CPU time.
> Attepting a modprobe on any of the other PCMCIA bus drivers gives a
> 'device not found' error.
> Under 2.4, the PCMCIA bus uses the i82365 module, which works perfectly.
> Under 2.6, it appears that the related driver has been moved to the
> yenta_socket module (It's a ToPIC100 Controller; see dmesg below).

Have you tried disabling i82365 in kernel config?
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