Andy Pfiffer <email@example.com> writes:
> On Tue, 2003-07-01 at 15:03, Ed L Cashin wrote:
>> Ed L Cashin <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> > I haven't tried the experiment you suggested where I disable e100 in
>> > the kernel configuration.
>> OK, I just tried taking out the intel e100 driver and building in
>> Becker's eepro100 driver. This kernel can do kexec fine.
> I just had lunch with someone that knows a lot more about the e100
> driver than I do.
> I would be curious to know what happens if you disable CONFIG_PM (as
> seen in your .config), disable the eepro100 driver, re-enable the e100
> driver, and then try kexec again.
Yes, kexec works on the same system when I disable CONFIG_PM and use
the e100 driver. Sorry it took a while for me to get around to
I should mention that the kernel is a little different than the other
one I was using. It's 2.5.73-osdl3 with this .config file:
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