[hsflinux] Re: hsfmodem module & 2.6.16-1.2080_FC5 problems

Tony Crouch acrouch2 at une.edu.au
Tue Apr 18 15:50:05 EDT 2006

Hi Noven, 
In regards to your queries ...

Yes, the new kernel works successfully when the modem driver is not

No, I haven't tried booting with pci=routeirq ... I will attempt this
later this evening and inform you of what happens.

I have contacted linuxant technical support with regards to this. It'll
be interesting to see what they come up.


> Message: 4
> Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 18:42:32 +0930
> From: Novensiles divi Flamen <noven at sincorp.org>
> Subject: Re: [hsflinux] hsfmodem module & 2.6.16-1.2080_FC5 problems
> To: hsflinux at lists.linuxant.com
> Message-ID: <200604171842.32760.noven at sincorp.org>
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> It looks to me like there are two problems. A - the hsfusb driver is 
> registering with your usbcore and playing havoc with it. {why the hsfusb 
> module always loads is a mystery if not a bug - happens on mine too}. B - 
> three serial devices and a bunch of other ACPI devices are registering on the 
> same irq {10} as the modem, which is overloading it. 
> Have you tried booting with pci=routeirq ?
> Does the new kernel work properly without the modem driver installed? 
> You seem to have a number of errors in your dmesg that need to be resolved, if 
> they are all {or even mainly} related to the modem modules then either 
> symbols are out of whack {did you compile the modem module against the new 
> kernel?} or the drivers are just not ready for FC5 {hit them up for that 
> support we paid for}.
> - Noven
> -- 
> -- Novensiles divi Flamen
> >-- Miles Militis Fons --<

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