[haiku-bugs] Re: [Haiku] #5355: USB Crash

  • From: "mmlr" <trac@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 02 Feb 2010 19:07:01 -0000

#5355: USB Crash
  Reporter:  stellar_power  |       Owner:  nobody     
      Type:  bug            |      Status:  closed     
  Priority:  normal         |   Milestone:  Unscheduled
 Component:  - General      |     Version:  R1/alpha1  
Resolution:  invalid        |    Keywords:             
 Blockedby:                 |    Platform:  x86        
  Blocking:                 |  
Changes (by mmlr):

  * status:  new => closed
  * resolution:  => invalid


 First, please don't attach zips, as they make it impossible to view the
 attachment directly in trac.

 Then: don't trust haikuware. They sadly don't seem to understand/care what
 software is actually Haiku compatible and post old BeOS R5 hacks with the
 "Haiku Compatible" logo. In general no "patches" or anything are necessary
 in Haiku, and if they are this should be raised as a bugreport so it can
 be fixed properly.

 The log shows that you've installed some BeOS USB stack and with that
 essentially killed off the Haiku USB stack completely. Please either re-
 install cleanly or at least remove anything USB in "/boot/home/config/add-
 ons" to clean out the incompatible stuff. If this is a pre-built install
 and contains such stuff please raise that issue with whomever found it a
 good idea to package that.

 Replying to [ticket:5355 stellar_power]:
 > Whenever I try to insert a USB device into my PC, Haiku crashes. On my
 old BIOS settings, it came to a complete standstill, and I had to hard
 reboot it. I've just flashed the BIOS, and now it crashes for a few
 seconds, before resuming with a few various problems, most noticeably, no

 What exactly do you mean by "crashes for a few seconds"? It either crashes
 or doesn't. Crashing would be with a kernel debugger prompt on white
 background. What I'd assume from your description is that it stalls for a
 few seconds and then continues, which most certainly would be an interrupt

 In any case, please clean up the installation and recheck.  With this kind
 of install anything can happen, so I will close this as invalid. If the
 problem persists with a clean Haiku, please reopen this bug and attach a
 new syslog.

Ticket URL: <http://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/5355#comment:1>
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