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Re: [gNewSense-users] Boot problem

From: Nicolas Hussein
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] Boot problem
Date: Mon, 17 May 2010 19:59:36 +0200 (Paris, Madrid (heure d't))
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Hi all,

Thanks for your response.

We tried today to boot without any USB plug. And unfortunately it didn't

There seems to be a « kernel panic ».

Here are 3 photos of the screen, corresponding to 3 times trying to boot :

Can you help us ? Thanks very much !

Professionnels et passionnés des transports publics
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> On Thu, 6 May 2010 15:05:26 +0200 (Paris, Madrid (heure d'été))
"Nicolas Hussein" <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> One of my friends with gNS 2.3 has a boot problem.
>> It shows the two following error messages, and then nothing happens : [
 26.131609] usb1-1: device not accepting address 2, error -71 [ 
26.512455] Bad IO access at port 0x113f6 (return inb(port))
>> Do you know this problem ? What should she do with this ?
>> Thanks,
>> Nicolas
> It looks like a USB device not playing nicely or perhaps she has older
USB host controllers that are allergic to the ehci_hcd module. I'd
suggest unplugging all your use devices until after you are booted..
then open a terminal and run:
> tail -f /var/log/messages
> then start plugging USB devices back in one at a time until you find the
offending device.. if the device is a USB 2.0 device you may be able to
get it to work by openinf a terminal and using the command:
> sudo rmmod ehci_hcd
> If that get the device to work then the problem may be with the USB host
controller on the motherboard. I have seen this behaviour
> before .. usually with older VIA based Host controllers.
> Hope this helps
> Freemor
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