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SubjectRe: kaweth fails to work on 2.6.12-rc[56]
Oliver Neukum wrote:
> Am Samstag, 11. Juni 2005 06:11 schrieb Wakko Warner:
> > Oliver Neukum wrote:
> > > Sorry, I should be more specific. It will print out the error codes
> > > internal to the USB layer which are meaningful even if interrupts are shared.
> > > Also, are you seeing tx errors in the error count?
> >
> > Unless I did something wrong, it's apparently not in the USB subsystem.
> >
> > I have 2.6.12-rc3 and rc4 compiled. Same config file on a test system.
> > again, rc3 works, rc4 does not. I booted rc3 and force loaded the usb
> > modules from rc4 into rc3. It tainted the kernel, but it worked.
> >
> > I booted into rc4. I do have ACPI compiled so I added acpi=off. This did
> > not work, same problem as before. I left a ping running, the usb controller
> > was on IRQ 9. The test system is an old NEC notebook with an Intel chipset
> > (thus uhci-hcd usb1.1). I plugged in a Belkin USB2.0 cardbus card (USB1.1
> > is serviced by ohci-hcd) and plugged the ethernet adapter into that. Same
> > problem.
> Do you see tx errors?

No. Oh oops I forgot to say the ping caused the interrupts to increase.
ifconfig showed 1 packet sent but never went up.

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