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Distribution: Slint64-14.2 on Lenovo Thinkpad W520
Sorry, no clue. I just saw that the 'huge" kernel of Slackware 14.1 has the ehci_hcd driver configured as a module, that is not the case in Slackware 14.0 in which this driver is built in the kernel.
But I don't know if that can cause a problem when building the initrd. Still, I hardly understand why "lspci -k" doesn't list this driver. Would you be kind enough to plug in some USB device under Slackware, then type
lsmod > lsmod.txt
and attach that file to your next post?
In any case, I'd suggest you stay with the huge kernel till someone finds a more helpful answer, this usually doesn't hurt (unless in some special cases like conflicting drivers loaded, for instance).
Just one more question: does your USB devices work properly when using the huge Slackware kernel ?
Last edited by Didier Spaier; 01-03-2014 at 01:55 PM.
ls: cannot access /sys/module/*_hcd/drivers/*: No such file or directory
when running mkinitrd_command_generator.sh on a 3.12.7 kernel on Slackware -current, built using testing/source/config-testing-3.12/config-generic-smp-3.12-smp. I only made sure that CONFIG_X86_PAE, CONFIG_PREEMPT, CONFIG_SCHED_AUTOGROUP and Processor type are enabled/correct (I also disabled CONFIG_DEBUG_KERNEL, as I use the nvidia driver). Otherwise I didn't change anything.
When running the same command on a 3.10.17 kernel (huge or generic), I don't get this message. The 3.12.8-generic-smp kernel boots, though. I am able to use USB devices etc. Is this something I should worry about? Or can I ignore this?