Bug#622649: linux-image-2.6.38-2-amd64: unable to enumerate USB device on port 6
Am Freitag, 15. April 2011 schrieb Hans-J. Ullrich:
> > I'll handle this, Alan.
> > Ben.
> Thank you very much, Ben!
Hi Ben, Alan and Jonathan,
I was not lazy and again tried to rebuild the module(s) with the patched
source-code, but did not succeed. I downloaded the kernel-sources, unpacked
them to /usr/src and then linked the sources to /usr/src/linux.
Copying /boot/config-2.6.38-2-amd64 to /usr/src/inux/.config.
Then started make menuconfig and added in version option "-2-amd64", to make
sure I have the same version than the running kernel.
After this I started "make modules" below /usr/src/linux, to build just the
modules. After building them, I copied "ohci-hcd.ko" and "ehci-hcd.ko" to
/lib/modules/2.6.38-2-amd64/drivers/usb/host and overwrote the existing *-
With "depmod -a" I finished.
But I can still not load those kernel modules. I also remarked, the new ones
are much bigger (old ones are about 60kB, the new ones about 700kB).
I also tried "make-kpkg --append-to-version=-2-amd64 modules_image" but the
process stops at the point, where it wants to clean up ( /usr/bin/make clean
is the last line I see).
What did I do wrong? In the past, I already build some kernels, but the last
one was a long time ago (I think, it was 2.6.20 something) and did it by using
However, when the patched kernel-package is uploaded, Or if you will send me a
download-link to a package, I will be very pleased to test it!
Thank you very much for your help.