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SubjectRe: Oops during boot when init USB mouse, 2.5.70-bk14
On Tue, Jun 10, 2003 at 07:58:10AM +0200, Martin Schlemmer wrote:
> Hi
> I am getting the following during mouse/keyboard is initialized,
> but it seems to be more specific to the mouse. Both are USB.
> It was fine with last 2.5.69 kernel, but started when i switched
> to 2.5.70-bk12 (have not tried vanilla, or earlier 2.5.70 bk's,
> as swamped at work). NB: there are no oops 'header'.
> -------------
> Trace; c01a9466 <kobject_get+4c/4e>
> Trace; c0201830 <get_device+18/21>
> Trace; c0203001 <class_device_add+132/137>
> Trace; c0202ec2 <class_device_initialize+16/23>

You are hitting the WARN_ON() call in kobject_get(), this isn't a oops.

But what is wierd is the calls to class_* for a USB mouse, as I don't
think there are any mouse class code in the current kernel. Does your
mouse show up under /sys/class anywhere?


greg k-h
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