[linux-audio-user] USX2Y rawusb mode
annabellesgarden at yahoo.de
Sat Mar 5 14:43:45 EST 2005
Am Samstag 05 März 2005 15:39 schrieb Spencer Russell:
> On Sat, Mar 05, 2005 at 12:25:13PM +0100, Karsten Wiese wrote:
> > Am Samstag 05 M?rz 2005 09:20 schrieb Spencer Russell:
> > > OK, So as per these several suggestions, I've now tried the US428
> > > with a vanilla 2.6.11, a 2.6.11 with Ingo's preempt patch and
> > > full preemption, nrpacks=4, apm and acpi not compiled in the
> > > kernel, and without my usb ethernet card plugged in. I'm still
> > > getting the "Sequence Error!" messages, then a couple seconds
how long does it work until "Sequence Error!"?
any hints that it happens in regular intervals?
> > > later qjackctl dissapears.
> > Please post the output of
> > $cat /proc/interrupts
> > maybe the usb-interrupt is also busy with something else...
> srussell at slingshot:~$ cat /proc/interrupts
> 0: 23968893 XT-PIC timer 0/68893
> 1: 5085 XT-PIC i8042 0/5085
> 2: 0 XT-PIC cascade 0/0
> 7: 0 XT-PIC parport0 0/0
> 8: 3 XT-PIC rtc 0/3
> 10: 0 XT-PIC VIA686A 0/0
> 11: 9538103 XT-PIC yenta, uhci_hcd 0/38103
> 12: 36200 XT-PIC i8042 0/36200
> 14: 101724 XT-PIC ide0 0/1723
> 15: 13 XT-PIC ide1 1/12
> NMI: 0
> LOC: 0
> ERR: 0
> MIS: 0
> Hmm, it does look like my PCMCIA driver is also on the same
> interrupt. I don't have any PCMCIA cards in now, but could that
> still be causing problems?
only if yenta is in front of uhci_hcd interrupt handler chain wise.
just recheck after
might make sure its gone with
it looks like something keeps the usb's interrupt from being handled right in time.
bios: no idea.....
harddisk: dma enabled?
post above also.
video: recheck in text mode:
> > Also make shure that any option in your bios sounding like "usb
> > legacy support" is disabled.
> I have kind of a strange BIOS, where pretty much the only option
> I have when I go into the setup is boot order, there isn't
> anything about USB support.
> Thanks for the help,
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