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    SubjectProcess in D state (was Re: 2.6.0-test5-mm2)
    2.6.0-test4 was pretty solid for me.  My main gripe was the weird key repeat 
    problem I've mentioned before (where sometimes a key up event will get missed
    or delayed for no apparent reason, happens about twice an hour in normal
    laptop usage).

    I upgraded to 2.6.0-test5, but USB didn't work (I bought a scanner), so I
    tried -mm2 and USB is back and happy.

    But, twice in a row now I've made this happen:

    1391 pts/1 S 0:00 /bin/bash
    1419 pts/1 S 0:00 /bin/sh ./
    1423 pts/1 S 0:00 /bin/bash
    1447 pts/1 D 0:04 tar xvjf
    1448 pts/1 S 0:37 bzip2 -d

    All I have to do is run my script, it tries to extract the kernel tarball, and
    tar hangs in D state.

    How do I debug this? (Is there some way to get the output of Ctrl-ScrLk to go
    to the log instead of just the console? My system isn't currently hung, it's
    just got a process that is. This process being hung prevents my partitions
    from being unmounted on shutdown, which is annoying.)

    Other miscelanous bugs: cut and paste only works some of the time (it pastes
    blanks other times, dunno if this was -test5 or -mm2; it worked fine in

    The key repeat problem is still there, although still highly intermittent.

    The boot hung enabling swap space once. I don't know why. (Init was already
    running and everything...)


    [landley@localhost landley]$ cat /proc/modules
    orinoco_cs 6472 1 - Live 0xcc06f000
    orinoco 39908 1 orinoco_cs, Live 0xcc07c000
    hermes 7744 2 orinoco_cs,orinoco, Live 0xcc06c000

    [landley@localhost landley]$ cat /proc/version
    Linux version 2.6.0-test5-mm2 (landley@localhost.localdomain) (gcc version
    3.2.2 20030222 (Red Hat Linux 3.2.2-5)) #2 Fri Sep 19 00:35:46 EDT 2003

    [unhandled content-type:application/x-bzip2]
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