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    SubjectKernelpanic on eeePC and MSI Wind (both using rt2800pci) with Linux 3.x
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    Hi everyone,
    first of all, i hope that this procedure is the correct one for
    reporting issues with the kernel.

    Because of 404 on please
    forgive me when not everything is as you would suggest.

    Me (and many other) ubuntu-users are facing issues with different
    Version of Kernel 3.x. As it seems all users are using "rt2800pci" for
    there wifi.

    Model: "RaLink RT2860"
    Vendor: pci 0x1814 "RaLink"
    Device: pci 0x0781 "RT2860"
    SubVendor: pci 0x1814 "RaLink"
    SubDevice: pci 0x2790
    Driver: "rt2800pci"
    Driver Modules: "rt2800pci"

    As it seems, the panics are happening more often, when on battery.

    Also, this bug never happened on 2.6.38-x, Just with 3.x

    My initial bug-report can be found here

    Because i am also facing the kernel-panic with 3.1.0-0301rc9-generic
    (which is not a specific ubuntu-kernel) i think its an upstream-bug

    Here is a summary

    3.0.0-11.18 = no panic after (3-4 days of testing)

    3.0.0-12.19 = panic (3-5 days of testing) (no
    rt2800 in the text) (no
    rt2800 in the text)

    3.0.0-12.20 = panic (10-10 days of testing)
    (rt2800 in the text) (no
    rt2800 in the text)

    3.0.6-030006-generic = panic (14 days of testing)

    3.1.0-0301rc9-generic = panic (14 days of testing) (no
    rt2800 in the text)

    for the last panic i a some dmesg and syslog-infos

    Additional Screenshots from others users can be found in the bug

    Please let me know if you need further informations from me.

    Greetings from germany

    Michael Basse
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