Re: libusb scanner hangs with 2.6.x-mm kernels
From: Gene Heskett
Date: Tue Apr 06 2004 - 15:32:56 EST
On Tuesday 06 April 2004 15:47, Joerg Sommrey wrote:
>since 2.6.3-mm4 most of the mm-kernels cause a complete hang of
> libusb applications accessing my Epson perfection 1260 scanner.
> Disabling hotplug (i.e. replacing /sbin/hotplug with /bin/true)
> solved the problem on some kernels, on others this made my usb
> mouse unusable. Plain vanilla kernels and rc-series work fine.
> There has been some discussion on this topic on the usb-developer's
> list. I'm not sure if this problem is already addressed on the
> kernel mailing list.
>This problem prevents me from using mm-kernels.
See the patch attached to one of my messages a few minutes ago, from
David Brownell that I just posted back to this and the linux-usb
lists. That seems to fix it right up. Its an attachment called
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