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Bug#445083: marked as done (usb interrupt problem)

Your message dated Sat, 31 May 2008 15:02:34 +0200
with message-id <20080531130234.GB8618@stro.at>
and subject line Re: usb interrupt problem
has caused the Debian Bug report #445083,
regarding usb interrupt problem
to be marked as done.

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Package: udev
Version:  0.114-2

Installing libgphoto2-2    version 2.4.0-4
caused all usb devices on a Toshiba A100 to disappear.

This seemed to be caused by some device driver being loaded
which disabled interrupts from the usb bridge.

modifying /etc/udev/rules.d/025_libgphoto2.rules to exclude rules for all
devices other than the ones I needed solved this problem. 

This behaviour was puzzling as there were no devices matching any of the
deleted rules, and it was not possible to find any device driver being
loaded by udev during the boot process.

Setting the irqpoll boot option also renabled the interrupts for the missing 

I am not quite sure whether this problem relates to the kernel , udev or

The kernel version was

Gregory Eckersley 


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Version: 2.6.24-1

no follow up since initial report, no answer on ping.
closing as most presumably fixed due to newer acpi in newer kernels.


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