Description of problem:
After yum-updating to 2.6.9-1.681_FC3 I can no longer sync over USB to
my Kyocera 7135 Smartphone (a PalmOS 4 device). My sync script issues
the following commands:
pilot-xfer -p /etc/udev/devices/pilot -u /home/bdaniels/Pilot/backup
The sync starts but freezes after the first few files. A few moments
later the 7135 announces a failed sync, and I then have to ctrl-c kill
I have tried reboots and reducing the PILOTRATE to 9600 without
success. No errors are logged to /var/log/messages, just the usual
device connect/disconnect messages. (I've attached a copy)
If I reboot back to 2.6.9-1.667, everything works fine again at the
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Attempt usb hotsync with 2.6.9-1.681_FC3, fails
2. Reboot to 2.6.9-1.667
3. Repeat, hotsync is successful
Created attachment 107445 [details]
log entries during failed hotsync
Same behaviour here, using Fedora Core 2, kernel 2.6.9-1.6_FC2, Palm
Tungsten T3 device. gpilotd would hang, and also the gnome panel
applet. With the 2.6.8-1.521 kernel everything worked fine.
same problem as original poster - adding myself to list to be notified
of resolution - I am on i386
This appears to be a dupe of 140125.
fixed in the 698 kernel in updates-testing ?
>fixed in the 698 kernel in updates-testing ?
That seems to have fixed it, on the x86_64 arch at least. My 7135 now
USB syncs without problems. Thanks for the quick fix!
I have the same problem syncing my Handspring Deluxe with FC2
(2.6.9-1.6_FC2/i386) on an IBM ThinkPad A22p laptop. My syslog
entries are similar to what has already been attached. Another data
point is "pilot-xfer -l" will list the databases but hang after that.
YADP, dlpsh commands df, user, and time work without hanging the
connection and the quit command will close the connection. However,
the dlpsh ls command will list the databases and hang.
Installing 2.6.9-1.9_FC2/i686 from updates-testing on my IBM ThinkPad
A22p laptop cured the sync problem. pilot-xfer and dlpsh both work
correctly without hanging. As a side note, however, when I shutdown
2.69-1.9_FC2 did a kernel panic and froze the laptop.
can you open a seperate bugzilla with that oops output please ?
Added oops info to 142774 before seeing Dave's comment. Still want a