Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 506845
Kernel panic unplugging a rt73usb dongle
Last modified: 2014-09-08 10:29:30 EDT
Created attachment 348557 [details]
Description of problem:
Unplugging an rt73usb dongle causes an immediate kernel panic, even if it hasn't been used to connect to any networks. I am currently using a Linksys WUSB54GC on a Thinkpad X31 (i386), but I have reproduced this on x86_64 as well.
Netconsole log attached.
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Created attachment 349960 [details]
URL for jwltest-rt2x00_-Use-ieee80211_hw-_workqueue-again.patch
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I do not know if this is the same i have a e620 huwai modem when I unplug it while connected I get a crash and all I am shown is the plymouth fedora logo.
I originally had this problem when my modem was not detected by Network manager and had to use system-config-network to make a manual connection. After i reinstalled the problem disappeared.
Sorry did no see the product I use fedora 11
This bug is against RHEL5.4. Please open up a new bug against Fedora 11. Thanks!
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