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Description of problem:
I have FC1 installed on a Gateway M500 laptop. When the kernel
versions 2149 and 2154 were installed all went as expected until ALSA
was installed. Originally, I rebuilt kernel-module-alsa using
alsa-driver-1.0.1-2.fr.src.rpm for version 2149 and 2154 but I also
tried the freshrpms kernel-module-alsa for 2149 with the same results.
Version 2154 has been used with my rebuild only. The command used to
rebuild the module is:
rpmbuild --rebuild --target i686 alsa-driver-1.0.1-2.fr.src.rpm
As I indicate, both versions work just fine until their respective
ALSA module is installed. Then, just after a reboot and login a
message is displayed stating that a CPU overload has occurred and the
sound server is being shut down. I also have gkrellm running and
according to it,the CPU is indeed running at 100% (until I clear the
message) then the CPU usage drops down to just a couple of percent.
As I'm no programmer I have no idea as to what is happening here. I'm
just reporting on what is occurring with FC1 on this laptop.
BTW,kernel version 2140 works just fine with alsa...
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
kernel-2.4.22-1.2149.nptl.i686 and kernel-2.4.22-1.2154.nptl.i686
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install kernel version 2149 or 2154
2. install kernel-module-alsa for the kernel version in use
3. reboot system
5. cpu overload...
Actual Results: Upon login the CPU will run at 100% with the CPU
Overload message being displayed until sound server is shut down...
Expected Results: Normally, with any of the preceding kernel versions
the CPU doesn't run at 100% just right after login - this with the
ALSA module installed...
One time only the CPU Overload message was NOT displayed! In gkrellm
I watched the CPU load run at 98% to 100% for about 30 seconds without
generating the CPU Overload message. After the 30 seconds past the
CPU load dropped down to between 5% and 15% - which is unusual for
ALSA isn't in the Fedora kernel, bug the people who packaged it for you.