Recently I've compiled two 2.4.0 series kernels: test4 and
test7. However, I can't use them at all -- they're starting with this
kernel: get_random_bytes called before random device initialization.
The whole screen (and more, more...) gets filled with this
I'm not a kernel-hacker nor a c-programmer, but I managed to
recompile kernel with modified get_random_bytes procedure. Basically, i've
replaced printk call with return call. Then, after recompiling and reboot,
the system has hung. I was able to read what was before this error: IrDA
protocol was starting (and, obviously, it didn't started).
Now I've made whole IrDA part of the kernel as a modules and will
check if this works (kernel won't load the irda drivers on startup, but
later I must do it manually).
Voila! After reboot:
Linux kanton 2.4.0-test7 #7 sob wrz 2 12:03:36 CEST 2000 i686 unknown
So... I'm reporting this to this list, because I don't know whom
to contact: IrDA folks, or maybe kernel's?
Greetings (and excuse my language bugs)
-- Michal 'CeFeK' Nazarewicz / CAOL, DK GROUP SYSADMIN ^ NETADMIN B ICQ 47171266 / +48 (601) CEFEK 0 / http://www.dkgroup.pl/index.html O mailto:cefek at saydk dot co dot uk / MN4735-RIPE / Pengiun #164007 F mailto: bash$ echo 'BcOeFfeHk@cBaOrFeHeBrO.FpHl' | tr -d 'BOFH' H
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