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All devices work fine on my notebook. Feb 4 15:43:35 overo hub 2-0:1.0: state 7 ports 3 chg 0000 evt 0004 Feb 4 15:43:35 overo ehci-omap ehci-omap.0: GetStatus port 2 status 001002 POWER sig=se0 CSC Feb 4 15:43:35 But we're well on our way to the functionality of 2003, so it's a definite improvement ;) Comment 72 Pete Zaitcev 2005-09-12 20:09:07 EDT Hmm, I hope this works for Andrew Could you try to unplug and plug the USB GSM/GPS module and execute the commands: dmesg -s lsusb Then post the output. this contact form

It appeared fully responsive (KDE kept working normally), but since I suspected kernel problems, I decided to logout and reboot. etc. Due to the large volume of inactive bugs in bugzilla, if this bug is still in this state in two weeks time, it will be closed. The current situation is really a mess, and it is causing at least me (and probably many others) literally weeks of headaches and forcing us to keep a frankenstein environment littered

Need advice to solve this kind of problem. Furthermore, I could not even reboot the box. YAY! Case 3 Old AMD Athlon board + lot of SCSI disks.

Please retest with this update, as a large amount of code has been changed in this release, which may have fixed your problem. The problem is magnified by the fact that simple cat-ting of /proc/bus/usb/devices creates a flurry of controls to read uncached descriptors. comment 51, I've seen all these same problems with Fedora2, so this is most definitely a kernel (2.6x) issue. Comment 5 Pete Zaitcev 2005-06-13 15:27:48 EDT Can I bother you with a request for usbmon trace?

Still hoping for usable usb-storage support in the 2.6 series someday... See comment #10 > There may be a gazillion reasons why controls time out, every > one has to have a bug to be trackable. Tested with a different USB disk with the same results so the problem does not appear to be specific to one device. IT DOES NOT HAPPEN IN Gentoo, Mandrake or Suse, or FC2!

Comment 35 Andrew Meredith 2004-12-23 11:16:14 EST Have you tried rmmod'ing all the USB kernel modules out of the kernel and trying again. Comment 8 Alan Stern 2009-03-24 07:31:13 UTC Okay, I will submit this patch for inclusion in the kernel. I must note that the devices can be mounted normally, and appear to operate fine for a while. Board index The team Delete all board cookies All times are UTC

Skip to site navigation (Press enter) Re: khubd timed out on ep0in len=0/64 with 3.4 kernel Prasad Koya

This is not an isolated problem with one board, it is on all the boards. https://www.mail-archive.com/[email protected]/msg31302.html Comment 8 Andrew Meredith 2004-08-08 07:54:52 EDT Have just upgraded to FC2's kernel-2.6.7-1.494.2.2 and slammed about 3 Gigs of data into a USB connected hard drive. Comment 67 Mace Moneta 2005-07-16 16:09:19 EDT I updated the kernel to 2.6.12-1.1372_FC3, and I am no longer seeing this message. What would help if you add /proc/bus/usb/devices so I can see what is hooked to where precisely.

Comment 73 Fernando Perez 2005-09-13 13:46:00 EDT Dead on, Pete: root@planck[/etc]# grep sda2 fstab /dev/sda2 /media/flashdsk ext2 pamconsole,exec,noauto,noatime,sync,managed 0 0 I edited manually the fstab to remove 'sync' _before mounting_ the weblink I'm running SMP on a Dell Dimension XPS2. If I pause the daemon first, I don't have any problems. Should I continue putting info there instead?

Regarding adding messages, as in comment #50, I am sceptical. ignorant or otherwise. After reset I see >> > wPortStatus and wPortChange bits as expected. http://itivityglobal.com/timed-out/psn-timed-out-fix.html I've had no problems with a USB ethernet adapter on the same machine.

Comment 11 Nigel Metheringham 2004-09-07 10:14:19 EDT Is anyone seeing this who does *not* have gnome-pilot enabled? All is fine, but the problem comes when I pull out the Huawei usb modem from my Tobi board. Comment 36 Andrew Meredith 2004-12-23 11:25:16 EST In answer to: > Pete Zaitcev (zaitcev@redhat.com) on 2004-12-15 06:48 ------- > > I cannot prevent users from reopening random bugs because they >

This is a highly unusual failure, but since it's in enumeration, it makes sense to try a newer kernel, because there were changes in that area.

However, the problem persists: if I attempt a large transfer in one chunk, eventually things die. It won't work for a long time (meaning only for a couple of seconds, maybe a few minutes). When I plug in a flash stick, this is what shows up in the /var/log/messages: Nov 22 15:12:43 itmanager kernel: usb 2-1: new full speed USB device using address 4 Nov Also stalls at kudzu and cups if a usb device is attached due to /proc/bus/usb/devieces being down found this

Here is the kernel log relevant segment. if it does I guess it means that there is a hardware design fault or a controller issue. I do not understand it... his comment is here Home | New | Browse | Search | [?] | Reports | Help | NewAccount | Log In [x] | Forgot Password Login: [x] Re: khubd timed out on ep0in len=0/64

The same external USB IDE enclosures worked fine afterwards when plugged into the RedHat9.0 box. I will report when I have devices to test with. I am now using FC3. If I don't move the (PS/2) mouse during the upload, everything's fine.

When I had FC2, I could plugin and remove my USB pen as many times as I liked and it kept finding it OK, with the number increasing each time. I have 2.6.9-1.681 at this time Comment 40 David Kaplan 2005-01-12 16:43:49 EST I just started having problems with an external keyboard (ps2, but connected using a ps2->usb converter) since the Free forum by Nabble Edit this page Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug128602 USB device dies with "control timeout on ep0in" Last modified: 2015-01-04 17:08:11 EST Home | New | Search | The device in question is at usb1-3 (sdb), manufactured by SMART.

This includes ALL usb devices working without a hitch.