Re: 2.6.12 testers wanted
Jean Robertson wrote:
I downloaded it and installed it on a home ultra5.
me too ... (Linux-2.6.12, Hardware: Ultra 5/360MHz/512MB)
This is what happened to me:
- the console keyboard works fine.
- I have a added USB card, and this works well.
confirmed (for usb storage/cardreader/embedded device)
- I can plug in a USB audio device, look at the logs and notice that the
kernel has seen it, but it does not create a /dev/dsp1 for me, as I
have seen on a debian AMD k6 machine
similar, my USB-sound-device (Maudio Transit USB) is recognized.
Next the firmware is successfully downloaded and the device shows up in
Trying to use it for playing or recording doesn't work - presumably due
to errors in/with ioctl32() calls. It works under Intel P3 with the
similar configuration though ...
*** Additionally ***
The parallel port isn't recognized (no
/proc/sys/dev/parport/parport0/...) to connect a printer. (same as in
I can easily crash the system by moving the mouse ---> OOPS :-(
(Sun5 keyboard with connected mouse ...)
That's different to 220.127.116.11 !
(I'll soon try 2.6.13-rc3-git4 due to its patched parport driver !)
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