Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 216175
udev-103-2 hangs boot sequence if media is present in a ZIP250 drive
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:49 EST
udev-103-2 hangs the boot sequence if media is in a ZIP250 drive. When this
occurs the zipdrive spins, and spins and spins with read light on. Ejecting the
media allows udev start up to complete after which the boot sequence finishes.
Inserting the media into the drive after the system is up does not cause the ZIP
drive to be recognized as /dev/hdd4 has not yet been created. Mounting the
drive as root
works and causes /dev/hdd4 to be created. Once the permissions for /dev/hdd4
are changed to the desktop owner, inserting and ejecting the media works as
As a side note... after a recent system update in the past 7-10 days, kudzu no
longer runs; it segfaults.
Problem seems to have vanished in udev-103-3