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SubjectRe: RTC causes hard lockups in 2.5.70-mm8
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On Friday 13 June 2003 01:25, Alan Cox wrote:
> On Gwe, 2003-06-13 at 03:12, Nathaniel W. Filardo wrote:
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> > If I set CONFIG_RTC=m and rebuild, when the kernel autoloads
> > rtc.ko the system immediately locks hard, not responding even to
> > magic SysRq series. Backing out either of the rtc-* patches from
> > -mm8 does not seem to fix the problem.
>
> It seems to be ALI + ACPI related but I dont yet understand what is
> going on
>

I'm running a Toshiba Libretto L2 (Crusoe, ACPI, ALI). I don't have
any troubles with 2.5.63 (which happens to be my current stable
kernel). However, I've been playing with 2.4.21 with just the swsusp
patches (not -ac) and with most builds I've tried there, invoking
hwclock always hangs the machine (which I assume is rtc related).

Let me know if I can provide any more information...

Eric


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