IBM T30 USB issue: kernel: uhub2: device problem, disabling port 1
nomad at castle.org
Tue Apr 1 10:02:56 PST 2003
I've just sup'd a completely clean source tree and compiled a new
kernel and world. My kernconf is the generic one with pcm and apm
turned on. apci is turned off in the hints file (because it breaks
the mouse). I have INVARIANTS, DDB, and WITNESS turned off right now, for
When I try to activate a Bluetooth USB device, I get the following error:
Apr 1 09:57:26 tylendel kernel: uhub2: device problem, disabling port 1
I am reasonably convinced it isn't a problem with the bluetooth daughter
card (but can be convinced otherwise, of course).
I'd be happy to work with any USB/Kernel experts to try to get this working.
Just let me know what you need me to do. (I am not now, and never have been,
a kernel hacker.) I can recompile the kernel with INVARIANTS &co turned
on if that would be helpful.
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