usb causing 5.3 release/stable crash?
dave.uy at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 19:30:35 PST 2005
Yet another reply to self!
Got some info from the current mailing list - seems they have a patch
for this but don't know how to apply it. Patch maybe?
Has this patch been included in the latest -stable? Building world as
I write this. Will attempt to apply the patch, too! *fingers
On Wed, 2 Feb 2005 08:54:18 +0800, david uy <dave.uy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Okay, another case of replying to self ....
> Got a proper panic message this morning:
> panic: uchi_abort_xfer : not in process context
> Anybody seen one of these before? Possible solutions?
> On Tue, 1 Feb 2005 22:23:43 +0800, david uy <dave.uy at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I connect to the office machine via serial modem after office hours
> > and encountered no problems until I tried using one of those USB to
> > Serial adapters - I could connect alright but for less than 24 hours.
> > It's okay during the weekdays but the office machine would hang over
> > the weekend. Had to press the reset button. Unfortunately, it
> > wouldn't boot anymore. Reinstalled 5.3-release today. And it's down
> > after 4 hours remote dialin access.
> > I used 5.3-stable from sometime December 2004 which worked well until
> > I started using an ATEN UC-232 USB -> Serial adapter, serial modem and
> > mgetty. I read somewhere that /dev/ucom# would be replaced by
> > /dev/cuaU# - might that be the solution to my problem?
> > Dave
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