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SubjectRe: [PATCH] USB: Fix kernel oops with g_ether and Windows
On 13 October 2011 11:12, Greg KH <> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 10:31:08AM +1100, Aras Vaichas wrote:
>> On 8 September 2010 10:34, Greg KH <> wrote:
> You are responding to a message from over a year ago?

Yes, sorry, but it's the latest record I could find of this particular
bug and talk of the patch. I just wanted to see if it was followed up
or maybe there was some other issue that meant it couldn't be applied.

>> Did this patch get applied and the problem resolved?
> Probably, I'd suggest you take a look at the kernel sources to verify
> this, I can't remember what was applied last week very well, let alone
> last year.

Sorry, I should have checked there first.

It doesn't appear to have been applied to the version I use on my
product which is

The patch appears to have been applied to 3.1-rc4 so it happened
somewhere in between.

Oh well, I guess I was unlucky. Luckily this is only affecting 1
customer that I know of. Our previous kernel bug was the JFFS2 garbage
collection bug - that one was bricking our products in the field
randomly on every power cycle. I built a solid-state power-cycle jig
that switches our product on and off every few minutes to expose these
types of problems. :)

>> I'm running and we have a customer in India who
>> complains that they can't connect via USB. We don't have the problem
>> here, or anywhere else that we know of.
>> I looked at the logs of the device and it appears to have the same
>> Oops error as the one that this patch addresses.
> What kernel version are they using?  Hopefully something newer than the
> date of this original email :)

They are using our product, which is

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