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Re: tstile lockups - side note
>In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>Donald Lee <MacPPC2%c.icompute.com@localhost> wrote:
>>When I boot a 6.x kernel on my Quicksilver
>>Power Mac G4, the speaker goes nuts. The /dev/audio driver appears to be
>>uninitialized. I have worked around this by putting a command in
>> dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/audio bs=1 count=1
>>This stops the white noise.
>>Unfortunately, when I boot the LOCKDEBUG kernel, it panics with the
>>Anyone know off hand of a simple fix? As long as I'm building kernels,
>>I may as well fix it.
>>If you want to reproduce it, just boot any kernel with LOCKDEBUG and
>>do "cat /dev/audio". Boom.
>That looks like snapper-specific. What is the lockdebug message? It could
>be that we need to make the mutex in ki2c.c a spin mutex.
I included above the traceback from the syslog. Is there something else that
I can gather? It's certainly easy to reproduce.
This is the one that reboots immediately, clearing the screen too fast
for me to read it. The only bread crumbs I have are in syslog.
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