Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 120874
install hangs at 'loading ucb-storage device'
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:40 EST
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Description of problem:
The mainboard in question is an AccelerTech ATO2082-A. It runs dual
and Promise SATA (not configured for RAID). It also has both USB 1.1
support. Windoze XP is installed.
When installing from FC2 test 2 (full disclosure: this is a commercial
driver loading phase reports loading usb-storage, a IEE1394 driver, sata-
promise and then hangs loading usb-storage a second time.
The usb-storage device that's connected is a Lian-Li CR-03 Card Reader
that supports four types of memory stick: CF, AM, SD/MMC and MS.
Unpluging the device and rebooting resulted in a good install.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Boot from FC2T2 CD with CR-03 device installed
Actual Results: Install hangs (freezes, requiring reboot) at the
second driver loading phase 'loading usb-storage driver'
Expected Results: No hang
Does it work if you boot with 'linux nousbstorage'?
Booting with 'linux nousbstorage' works. Where should I have looked
to find out about this?