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Re: USB-related boot hang/"hang" on 5.0.1
On Oct 3, 2009, at 4:48 PM, Edward B. DREGER wrote:
MvE> Date: Sat, 3 Oct 2009 07:48:50 +0000 (UTC)
MvE> From: Michael van Elst
MvE> Some Linux users seemed to have the same problem and related it
MvE> an old BIOS version (2.3.1). After a BIOS update the keyboard did
2.5.0, but I see that Dell has a mysterious "Level of Importance:
Urgent" 2.5.3 since then. I'll grab that.
GH> Date: Sat, 3 Oct 2009 17:50:08 +0200
GH> From: Geert Hendrickx
GH> I had a similar (the same?) problem on a Dell Inspiron PC and
GH> remove all pckbc (ps/2 keyboard) related lines from my kernel
GH> to avoid the problem (although the machine had no ps/2 ports
GH> either). There was IIRC an interrupt storm going on, but I don't
GH> remember the details. I think an UP kernel (or boot -1) worked,
No love from "boot -1".
Thanks for the "s/pckbc-related//g" tip. I'll have to get another
sufficiently-new box together (unless 3.x will do the trick), then
cross-compile... so it'll be a while before I post success/failure
results for this.
Have you tried 'boot -c' and disable those ports?
--Steve Bellovin, http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~smb
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