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Bug#233856: should be a way to disable usb-discover at boot prompt, for bad hardware that hangs kernel


I will add a boot-time option to disable usb-discover.

However, I would also like to improve usb-discover's handling of this
situation, eg stop it hanging on your hardware.

Can you tell me:
(1) the output of lspci and lspci -n
(2) lsmod the list of usb modules when the system is working; ie what
USB modules do you need?

Slán agus Beannacht,

Alastair McKinstry <mckinstry@debian.org>
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