Created attachment 362011 [details]
screenshot of bluescreen
Description of problem:
Just to test usb attachments, I tried connecting my HP Photosmart C5580
All-in-one device to my Windows XP KVM machines after installing the HP
software on the KVM. When I boot the KVM is randomly gets BSODs and reboots,
sometimes if I try to do something, sometimes all on its own.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
happens at random times, but always happens
Steps to Reproduce:
maybe printing and scanning from windows?
Hmm, it's fairly unlikely any of us will get around to debugging this; might be a better bet to report it upstream at https://bugs.launchpad.net/qemu/ or on qemu-devel
avi, marcelo: any tips for debugging this?
Also, Tom - it might be worth trying the Fedora 12 qemu package to see if that helps:
Its always useful to save the BSOD screen and look up Microsoft's MSDN web site
on how to interpret it, eg:
Yep, Tom kept the BSOD, see attachment #362011 [details]
A driver tried to access an address that is pageable (or that is completely invalid) while the IRQL was too high.
I'm trying to do this now on my rawhide boot partition, but I can't
add the usb device at all anymore, apparently because the user qemu
doesn't have access to the usb device:
LC_ALL=C PATH=/sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin /usr/bin/qemu-kvm -S -M pc-0.11 -m 1024 -smp 2 -name winxppro -uuid 6d626c31-643c-ca9a-d36d-3c1612e39bbd -monitor unix:/var/lib/libvirt/qemu/winxppro.monitor,server,nowait -localtime -boot c -drive file=/var/lib/libvirt/images/winxppro.img,if=ide,index=0,boot=on -drive file=,if=ide,media=cdrom,index=2 -net nic,macaddr=54:52:00:62:7b:5c,vlan=0,name=nic.0 -net tap,fd=18,vlan=0,name=tap.0 -serial pty -parallel none -usb -usbdevice tablet -vnc 127.0.0.1:0 -vga cirrus -usbdevice host:03f0:7211
char device redirected to /dev/pts/0
husb: open device 2.4
/dev/bus/usb/002/004: Permission denied
Warning: could not add USB device host:03f0:7211
I tried chmodding the whole /dev/bus/usb/002 tree to add rw access for
everyone, but that didn't work.
I poked around some, found the qemu.conf file and changed it so qemu runs
as root again. That enabled it to get the usb device, and then my Windows XP
box got the exact same BSOD as before, so this isn't fixed in rawhide :-).
I went ahead and added a launchpad bug pointing here:
The reason for this problem is that you've specified the device using vendor:product ID, rather than bus:devicenumber. This isn't an unreasonable thing todo on your part, but libvirt does not handle this well when running QEMU as non-root.
What needs to happen is for libvirt to use libusb to query matching device for vendor:product, and then translate that to a bus:dev ID when running QEMU. This will enable libvirt to also chmod the file correctly, and apply SELinux labelling.
I wasn't the one who specified it that way :-). All I did was use the
add hardware button in virt-manager and pick the printer from a list of
USB devices. If virt-manager should have specified it a different way, then
that is a virt-manager bug.
Right - for now, if you want to assign USB devices with virt-manager, you need to do 'setsebool virt_use_usb true'
But anyway, this bug is about the BSOD, not the permissions issue :-)
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