[sane-devel] Re: [hpoj-devel] xsane and xscanimage crash system
Mon, 30 Dec 2002 19:08:34 -0500 (EST)
Thanks for all the help. I actually got it to work by switching from
usb-uhci.o to uhci.o. Not sure why it works, but it works.
Yes I do have a multi cpu machine, but according to the documentation this
problem was fixed (which is why I am at the latest 2.4 kernel).
David Paschal said:
> Scott Savarese wrote:
>> When I am logged in as a normal (non-root) user xsane and xscanimage
>> will crash (freeze) the system. It looks like the kernel freezes as
>> I am using the latest downloadable sane and xsane downloads (versions
>> 1.0.9 and 0.90) on an HP PSC 2210. I downloaded the latest package
>> from hpoj.sourceforge.net and have that installed. I am running kernel
>> Dec 29 13:50:19 src@skibum Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer
>> dereference at virtual address 000000cc
> Hi, Scott. You probably have an SMP (multi-processor) system. There is
> some sort of kernel bug in the USB printer-class driver that breaks the
> hpoj driver on SMP systems. You can work around it by upgrading to the
> latest CVS version of the hpoj code. Make sure you have libusb
> installed on your system, run "/sbin/rmmod printer", and move printer.o
> out of the /lib/modules tree so it never gets loaded later due to a
> hotplug event. Let me know if this works for you.
> Since this is related more to hpoj than SANE, please direct any
> follow-up discussion to the hpoj-devel mailing list (thanks to the
> sane-devel folks who replied already).