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I have been running llfs for a few days, and i sometimes get this::
ohci_hcd 0000:00:02.2: bad entry
then crashes the entire computer.
it does not happen on a regular basis. sometime straight at boot time.
I had suse 9.3 before for a few month and never had this problem.
I have a centrios keyboard, a nexxtech mouse and a webcam
Good, but for some reason i dont have /etc/modprobe.conf.
i found /etc/sysconfig/module, but it did not contain a thing.
Either LFS does not use modprobe.conf or i missed something in thi install...
ohci_hcd is compiled as M in the kernel and does load at boot.]
So i added ohci-hcd in /etc/sysconfig/module
it does loade it fine so ill see if it happens again.
Oups sorry bout that, doing to change this right away.
It hadn't happen in a will( since my last post) but it did happen lost night & today will i was at work.
Now i have 2 look at my insntallation caause i dont have either modprbe.conf or modules.conf or modules.dep.
I'll look back to see if i missed something. maybe modle-init-tool.
also in my kernel,: module auto loading is enabled. should i disable it?