[hsflinux] Crash report on amd64, intel hda
lmhopfe at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 11 12:11:26 EDT 2007
I wasn't keeping notes about what I tried to do with the previous
driver and the install/uninstall. Sorry. What I can tell you is this:
1. I installed the driver from the script. This was a departure for
me as I have always built an rpm in the past.
2. I used the hsfconfig --uninstall to get rid of it.
This morning I installed the 7.68.00.01 version. I went back to
building the RPM myself and I've noticed a couple of differences.
1. I can hear the modem dialing. This didn't work in 7.68.00
2. I still get the freeze-ups, but it seems to be happening to me at
https: sites. Previously, this was happening at all sites.
3. I haven't run into any freeze-ups doing routine surfing to regular
I've tried the first two init strings you suggested and surfed to
https: sites. In both cases the machine will froze. On one occasion I
received a General Protection fault: 0000  SMP in a terminal
window. This was the same error I was receiving with the 7.68.00
version I initially wrote about. I think I said memory protection
fault in my first post. Sorry about that.
I'll try the other initialization strings when I get a chance. I
don't quite have the courage to uninstall the RPM's for the driver. I
really don't want to lose sound again. I suppose at some point I'll
give it a shot, and I know I'll have to if you update the driver!
Thanks for your help
--- "Linuxant support (Jonathan)" <support at linuxant.com> wrote:
> for the uninstall issue, we are not aware of that. What was the
> when you attempted to manually load the sound driver? Did you check
> a mixer that it was not a problem with a muted or volume too low
> channel? Did you attempted to manually install ALSA while the HSF
> was installed?
> Version 7.68.00.01 of the driver is out, you could try it to see if
> there is a difference. You could also try out the init. strings I
> suggested to Ludovico as well:
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V92,0
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V92,1
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V90,0
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V90,1
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V34,0
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V34,1
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V32B,0
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V32B,1
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V32,0
> AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V32,1
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
> Lewis Hopfe wrote:
> > Hey,
> > I'm on Fedora 7 with 2.6.22 kernel and a similar amd64 hp
> > notebook(dv2315) and soundcard/modem. I can report similar
> > on my machine. Most times it would hang completely with no
> mention in
> > the logs about the freeze up. On a couple of occasions the
> > would appear to be waiting and waiting. Gradually my system would
> > become unresponsive and fail. One these occasions there was a
> > protection fault in the log around the time of failure.
> > The real adventure for me was uninstalling the driver. The
> > appeared to take, but pretty much hosed my sound system.
> Sometimes it
> > looked like it was working, but nothing came out of the speakers.
> > Other times the driver wouldn't load either at boot or manually.
> > only solution was to rebuild my system from scratch which
> > the sound system. Unfortunately, I didn't keep the log showing
> > memory protection fault. Sorry.
> > I don't know what to say about the modem issue. I'm pretty sure
> > uninstall adventure was related to the alsa drivers and the
> > nature of this soundcard with linux. In any event, I'm going to
> > for a new version of the driver before attempting to use the
> > again.
> > Hope things smooth out for you.
> > Lewis
> > --- Ludovico Cavedon <cavedon at sssup.it> wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I have a Conexant modem hosted on HDA Intel sound card,
> >> on a
> >> HP Pavilion dv2570 laptop.
> >> I am using Ubuntu gutsy amd64, with a 2.6.23-rc8 vanilla kernel.
> >> I bought the full license.
> >> However I am often experiencing a system freeze when connected
> >> always, but very likely in a 10 min connection).
> >> It did not happen before the upgrade, but, as long I just did 2
> >> connections, I can not be sure that this problem does not affect
> >> 14k.
> >> Here you can find:
> >> -"hsfconfig --dumpdiag" output
> >> http://allievi.sssup.it/~cavedon/hsfconfig-dumpdiag.txt.gz
> >> -kernel config
> >> http://allievi.sssup.it/~cavedon/config-2.6.23-rc8.gz
> >> -photo of kernel messages (unfortunately the kernel dies
> >> :(
> >> http://allievi.sssup.it/~cavedon/hsf-crash.jpg
> >> Please feel free to ask any other information I can provide you.
> >> Thank you!
> >> Regards,
> >> Ludovico Cavedon
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