Kernel Hangs looking for CDROM
I have Debian Sid, with kernel 2.4.25-1-386. Sometimes, say every 20-30
minutes, everything freezes. Thats what appears in kernel.log:
Aug 10 18:14:12 localhost kernel: sbpcd-0 : Scanning 0x340
Aug 10 18:14:45 localhost kernel: sbpcd-0 : Scanning 0x340
Aug 10 18:15:17 localhost kernel: sbpcd-0 : No drive found.
Aug 10 18:15:24 localhost kernel: mcd: initialisation failed - No mcd
device at 0x300 irq 11
Aug 10 18:15:34 localhost kernel: SJCD: Sanyo CDR-H94A cdrom driver
Aug 10 18:15:34 localhost kernel: SJCD: Resetting: .......... reset
failed, no drive found.
Aug 10 18:15:34 localhost kernel: Trying to free nonexistent resource
Aug 10 18:15:49 localhost kernel: optcd: unknown drive detected; aborting
This is a very *fresh* log, in fact as I was writing this message the
computer freezed (argh).
This is strange, because if I do modconf, the modules SJCD, optcd e
sbpcd seem to be disbled.
My computer is a AMD Athlon xp Barton 3000+, with asus Nforce2 chipset
and serial ATA.
Please send suggestions, tnx :)