[hsflinux] [BUG] hsfmodem-7.47.00.01: hangup, deadlock?
derakhshani at gmail.com
Tue Jul 11 16:17:49 EDT 2006
I have exactly same problem,
on my Sony Vaio A230p
this freezing is some kind of kernel panic.
On Tue, 2006-07-11 at 14:30 +0400, Paul Drynoff wrote:
> Recently, I try your "free" version of hsfmodem-7.47.00.01.
> It works - this is great.
> But now and then it freeze all system,
> in particular if I have long time connection, like 3 hours,
> the system is freezed by your driver with 70-80% probability.
> This is very painfull, my Linux box with your driver works like windows 98:
> I have to reboot, reboot and reboot.
> After freeze even "Num Lock" doesn't work, and I don't see
> any mention what happend in /var/log/message after reboot.
> For me it looks like deadlock in "without interuptions" mode.
> I look at your FAQ, and yes, I have AC97 soundcard on board (NForce2).
> May be you can compile your driver with Ingo Molnar's lockdep patches and
> debug and send it to me, so I can test it?
> Your hsfconfig install bad rules for new version udev,
> you have:
> $ cat /etc/udev/rules.d/hsf.rules
> KERNEL="ttySHSF0", SYMLINK="modem"
> should be
> this cause not creation of modem symlink after reboot.
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