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Re: usb-uhci.c error message



On February 23, 2004 01:51 am, Paal Marker wrote:
> I have a samba server, redhat 8. Two printers are connected to it, a hp
> deskjet 890 by parallell port and a canon mp700 multifunctional
> connected to usb.
>
> After installing the canon mp700 on usb I got following message:
>
> kernel: usb-uhci.c: interrupt, status 28, frame# 1335
> Service halted, trying to restart". Then this message repeats over and
> over.
>
> Bugzilla, http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=76841 gave
> among many this comment for the problem:
>
> "The message accompains thousands of unrelated scenarios, so SuSE simply
> comment it out in order to prevent bugs like this. We ship it
> count-limited, perhaps the count patch was lost.
>
> In summary, it's a totally useless message, which never helps to debug
> anything and only serves to confuse users. So, disregarding idiotic
> printout, most users in this bug see no problem"
>
> If it is like that, that this message does not have any meaning, how can
> I stop it from appearing?


Paal,
>From looking at the bugzilla post, it should be cleared up if you use the 
2.4.20-18 or newer kernel. (Do an install, not an upgrade)
-- 
Pete Nesbitt, rhce




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