Re: no USB in Edgy [SOLVED] <-- needed a custom kernel



On 12/30/06, Rutger van Haasteren <rvhaasteren@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Since nobody responded I guess I am alone in this, but I solved the problem
anyways. I took a kernel from http://www.kernel.org/ and compiled it for my
system. Everything works now, including all my USB devices... Strange that
nobody else has had this problem. It really is a problem with the stock Edgy
kernel...

Nice you were able to solve the problem. If you haven't already done
so, I would open a bug report for this on launchpad. Follow the links
from the Ubuntu main page...

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