Re: 2.6.19-rc2: known unfixed regressions (v3)



Gene Heskett <gene.heskett@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

On Sunday 22 October 2006 08:23, Adrian Bunk wrote:
This email lists some known unfixed regressions in 2.6.19-rc2 compared
to 2.6.18 that are not yet fixed Linus' tree.

[...]

Subject : unable to rip cd
References : http://lkml.org/lkml/2006/10/13/100
Submitter : Alex Romosan <romosan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Status : unknown

FWIW Alex, I just ripped track 2 of a Trace Adkins CD using grip and
cdparanoia, then listened to the track in mplayer, while running
2.6.19-rc2. No problem at all. This is however, an older FC2 system, so
I'd be inclined to point the finger at cdparanoia's latest version. Mine
hasn't been updated for quite a while. I have these installed:

cdparanoia-alpha9.8-20.1
cdparanoia-libs-alpha9.8-20.1
cdparanoia-devel-alpha9.8-20.1

the system doesn't lock up all the time, but every time i start ripping
i get this in syslog:

Oct 22 08:08:16 trinculo kernel: hdc: write_intr: wrong transfer direction!

which didn't use to happen before 2.6.19-rc2 (the lockups did).
anyway, i just gave it another try, grip wasn't able to rip the cd but
i was able to eject the cd from the drive and then abort execution. i
am using cdparanoia that came with grip, and this is a very old
version (2.96, the last before they switched to gnome). i also tried
with the recent version of cdparanoia but the same thing happens.

--alex--

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