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    SubjectRe: Cisco Aironet 340 oops with 2.4.20

    I'm aware of this "lock up" problem. I was hoping it was a locking issue
    and the last changes would solve it. Looks like not. The biggest problem
    I'm having with that issue is that I'm not able to reproduce it. Any
    suggestion?

    Javier Achirica

    On Sun, 16 Mar 2003, Tim Pepper wrote:

    > I've got a caveat to my previously posted 'works for me'. Before I'd
    > notice that my net connection was no longer moving and then see the oops
    > in my log if I looked. With the cvs driver I still tend to see that my
    > net connection dies sometimes, but no oops. I've found hotplugging the pcmcia
    > card brings it back to life.
    >
    > It seems like I hit this with either driver primarily if I've put my
    > laptop to sleep earlier in its current uptime. Is there possibly a
    > deadlock somewhere around the previously oopsing code and/or the airo_cs
    > interaction with apm?
    >
    > t.
    > --
    > *********************************************************
    > * tpepper@vato dot org * Venimus, Vidimus, *
    > * http://www.vato.org/~tpepper * Dolavimus *
    > *********************************************************
    >
    >
    >

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