Re: Two problems on C3000 with latest 2.6.x autobuild kernel
Installed the following kernel:
[ SCSI is again working ]
Console login via USB-keyboard is working (FYI: when I connect more than one USB keyboard 'only' one is working)
But mounting the CD in the IDE CD drive still fails, e.g.
mount /dev/hda /mnt
mount /media/cdrom0 (mapping of /dev/hda to /media/cdrom0 is found in fstab)
causes a kernel panic.
When I unplug the USB keyboard(s) and use the serial connection as a console again I might be able to send the output of
the kernel panic (and more).
Kyle McMartin <email@example.com> schrieb am 24.05.05 04:58:27:
> On Tue, May 24, 2005 at 01:50:50AM +0200, Erik Heckers wrote:
> > I have also enabled ttyS0 which works (serial cable to another PC).
> > When I restart getty on tty1 I get a new login on tty1, so I think the problem is that the
> > input of my USB keyboard is ignored somehow.
> > According to the 'dmesg' output everything looks ok, the output tells me that the
> We've been looking into this, and are not quite sure why it's breaking
> because it seems to work in 64-bit mode. It seems something broke between
> 2.6.12-rc1 and 2.2.12-rc2, but looking through the changesets I cannot find
> anything obvious that would effect it.
> > A simple
> > mount /dev/hda /mnt
> > causes a kernel panic.
> > /dev/hda is my IDE-CD drive. As far as I have seen the support for IDE-CD is built into the kernel.
> > (Again it works fine with RC2-2.4.x kernel)
> That's odd. I suggest you back down to a stabler release like 2.6.11-paN.
> Kyle McMartin
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