Re: hotplug: problems with cold-plugging
Craig Dickson wrote:
> begin Stefan Bellon quotation:
> > 2.4.18
> > I just had a closer look at it. The message doesn't appear at
> > startup, but nevertheless, the effect is the same:
> > If I do "/etc/init.d/hotplug restart", then I get the following
> > message:
> > umount: /proc/bus/usb: not mounted
> > I digged a bit into the hotplug scripts and found that in
> > /etc/hotplug/usb.rc the usbdevfs gets mounted. And afterwards the
> > script checks whether devices are present and if not, unmounts it
> > again. And this fails. So I come to the conclusion that the
> > mounting of usbdevfs fails in the first place. But I can't see why.
> > Doing it by hand suceeds.
> I couldn't get my USB compact flash card reader to work at all in
> 2.4.18. Try 2.4.17 or 2.4.19pre2; both of these work for me.
Till yesterday I tried with the 2.4.17 before switching to the 2.4.18.
It didn't work either. I don't think it is a kernel or driver problem
as it worked fine with usbmgr. It's just that the hotplug scripts don't
bring up the USB stuff at boot time properly. Plugging afterwards works.
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