bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Sat Oct 27 17:43:04 PDT 2007
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Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>> Matthew Burgess wrote:
>>> I've just built an SVN version of LFS, along with several package
>>> updates (everything in Trac besides grep, texinfo and udev).
>>> I'm getting the following on bootup:
>>> Has anyone seen anything similar before, or might this be down to
>>> GCC-4.2.2 or Glibc-2.7 upgrades? Is there any way of debugging
>>> these segfaults earlier (for example, can I check what arguments
>>> udev_id was being passed to so I might be able to attach gdb to
>>> the problematic process and get a full stacktrace)?
>> I haven't, but the internet has. Google for: kernel usb_id
>> It looks like a kernel driver problem.
> After a little more looking, the kernel guys think it us a udev
> problem. Try backing off on the udev version.
It is a udev problem, but backing off to an earlier version won't help.
There was a thread on linux-hotplug-devel about this issue, and the
reason the bug showed up there was that the sysfs layout in the newer
kernel changed (and CONFIG_SYSFS_DEPRECATED was off?), I think. Anyway
the thread is here:
Specifically, this post:
where Kay is saying usb_id needs to be fixed, and this udev git commit:
which is supposed to be the fix. Try adding that patch to your udev
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