Kernel panic when printing
donnex at donnex.net
Tue Mar 29 03:45:10 PST 2005
I'm not really sure if this is the correct mailing list to send this to, is
it? Anyway ..
I recently bought a HP LaserJet 1015 and the printer works just fine. I've
set up cups + some other programs required for it to print and I can print
stuff nicely. I've also tried it in windows without any problems so there is
nothing wrong with the printer.
My problem is that I get random kernel panics when prining, not very good :/
Sometimes I can print three diffrent things in a row without a panic and
sometimes it panics on the first print. So it seems like it's all random. It
some times panics when I'm pringint over the network to the printer.
The process it's get panic on is some times usb and other time a process I
can't remember the name on.
I've tried two diffrent boxes, my laptop and the server, so I don't think it's
a hw fault with my server that causes it. I started out with FreeBSD
5.3-RELEASE but heard on IRC that 5.4-PRERELEASE would have a lot of usb
patches so I cvsuped to PRERELEASE and tried there but it's the same deal.
Random kernel panics when printing.
It seems like it's something wring with the usb system or similar because as I
said I could print just fine in windows.
I don't think it's cups fault because it panics when I do a lptest >
I've no idea how to fix this so all help would be welcome.
Please CC to me if you reply.
Daniel Johansson - <donnex at donnex.net>
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