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Date:	Sun, 21 Oct 2012 01:57:21 +0000 (GMT)
From:	"Artem S. Tashkinov" <>
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: A reliable kernel panic (3.6.2) and system crash
 when visiting a particular website

> On Oct 21, 2012, Borislav Petkov wrote: 
> On Sat, Oct 20, 2012 at 11:15:17PM +0000, Artem S. Tashkinov wrote:
> > You don't get me - I have *no* VirtualBox (or any proprietary) modules
> > running
> Ok, good. We got that out of the way - I wanted to make sure after you
> replied with two other possibilities of the system freezing.
> > - but I can reproduce this problem using *the same system running
> > under* VirtualBox in Windows 7 64.
> That's windoze as host and linux as a guest, correct?


> If so, that's virtualbox's problem, I'd say.

I can reproduce it on my host *alone* as I said in the very first message - never
before I tried to run my Linux in a virtual machine. Please, just forget about
VirtualBox - it has nothing to do with this problem.

> > It's almost definitely either a USB driver bug or video4linux driver
> > bug:
> And you're assuming that because the freeze happens when using your usb
> webcam, correct? And not otherwise?

Yes, like I said earlier - only when I try to access its settings using Adobe Flash the
system crashes/freezes.

> Maybe you can describe in more detail what exactly you're doing so that
> people could try to reproduce your issue.

I don't think many people have the same webcam so it's going to be a problem. It
can be reproduced easily - just open Flash "Settings" in Google Chrome 22. The
crash will occur immediately.

> > I'm CC'ing linux-media and linux-usb mailing lists, the problem is described here:
> >
> >
> Yes, good idea. Maybe the folks there have some more ideas how to debug
> this.
> I'm leaving in the rest for reference.
> What should be pointed out, though, is that you don't have any more
> random corruptions causing oopses now that virtualbox is gone. The
> freeze below is a whole another issue.

The freeze happens on my *host* Linux PC. For an experiment I decided to
check if I could reproduce the freeze under a virtual machine - it turns out the
Linux kernel running under it also freezes.

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