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Kernel config for 2.6.8-2-32-smp (sarge)



Hi,

I've been looking at the config for the 2.6.8-2-32-smp Debian kernel package 
in Sarge, and noted that:

CONFIG_USB_DEBUG=y

is enabled.  It is a bit of a syslog filler, and most other arches seem to 
have it disabled.  Should it be turned off?

Also, when playing any audio on my J5000 (AD1889 audio chip) I get the syslog 
instantly flooded with :

Starting playback at 0x4dbc5000 for 57344 bytes
Writing 0x1000 bytes to +0x13000
Writing 0x1000 bytes to +0x14000
Writing 0x1000 bytes to +0x15000
Writing 0x1000 bytes to +0x16000
Writing 0x1000 bytes to +0x17000
WAV interrupt
Starting playback at 0x4dbd3000 for 20480 bytes
WAV interrupt

Any idea what causes that, and also, whether it should be turned off in the 
Debian kernel by default?

Cheers,

David


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