Re: Christmas list for the kernel
From: Marc Koschewski
Date: Wed Nov 23 2005 - 11:22:36 EST
* Russell King <rmk+lkml@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> [2005-11-23 16:16:37 +0000]:
> Maybe that indicates your ACPI is buggy. I don't know. I know nothing
> about ACPI.
Dude ... this is a DELL mobile! ;) Worse.
> > * What does these 'too much work' messages mean? Must have been come
> > in lately...
> It means that we spun in the serial interrupt for more than 256 times
> and reached the limit on the amount of work we were prepared to do.
> Any idea what you were doing when these happened?
Sure, I know: I booted with a 3com Bluetooth Card in one of the two PCMCIA
slots I have.
Shouldn't PCMCIA slot 1 be ttyS0, PCMCIA slot 2 be ttyS1 and any of the
other serial ports ie ttyS2 and so forth? I have infrared as well (which
is setup in BIOS as well as RS232 on the back.l Where are these? Not
that I would need it... ;)
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