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Date:	Mon, 11 Feb 2008 04:19:35 +0100
From:	Ignacy Gawedzki <lkml@...t.net>
To:	Linux Kernel Mailing List <linux-kernel@...r.kernel.org>
Subject: Oops with hostap_pci (?)

Hi,

A few days back I started having strange lockups on a gateway machine so I
started looking at things.  Then I compiled the 2.6.24.1 kernel and started
having oopses not long after upping the wlan0 (hostap_pci) interface.

So I enabled netconsole and got a few logs.  Now the sad point is that I'm
getting an oops even with my older kernel which used to be fine (2.6.23.9).  I
also checked with 2.6.24 and the effects are the same: I boot, I up the wlan0
interface and a few seconds or minutes later, boom!  Sometimes only rmmod'ing
hostap_pci triggers the oops.  I'm suspecting some hardware problem and have
already checked the ram with memtest86+ and tested with only one memory module
out of two plugged: same thing.

If anybody could take a look at these and shed some light on that issue...

Thanks a lot,

Ignacy

-- 
Save the whales. Feed the hungry. Free the mallocs. 

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