Finally I found the problem: the usb mouse
If rc.hotplug runs when the usb mouse is already connected i get that error.
To avoid this problem there are three ways:
- connect the mouse when rc.hotplug is ran
- disable rc.hotplug
- use kernel 2.4
I tried both 2.6.10 and 2.6.11 precompiled, I tried upgrading the hotplug package, I also tried updating udev, but there's no way to have the system working when booting with the usb mouse connected.
For now I connect the mouse later, this is a laptop and isn't a problem to plug and unplug the mouse
I haven't tried with a mouse of another brand, and I haven't tried compiling the kernel by myself.
And also I haven't tried an old 2.6 kernel.
Do you have any suggestion to have the system booting with the mouse connected??
(if there's no solution , I'll continue plugging the mouse later .. )
Last edited by Barx; 04-20-2005 at 01:51 PM.