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Two problems after changing the kernel

Discussion in 'General Linux' started by colt, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. colt

    colt New Member

    Feb 25, 2012
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    I recently compiled and installed a kernel 2.6.36 in the place of an older kernel, but one of the two problems that came up was that during the boot process a message similar to
    shows up.

    I guess that means that no usb device should be working in the newer kernel, however I am here writing this using my usb keyboard and my usb mouse, so what that could mean?

    The other is this message:
    that comes up during the boot or when I try to start the service through
    That happens only with the new kernel that I recently compiled and installed.

    So I searched for files with
    and the only thing that came were the initialization scripts from rc2.d to rc5.d.

    I then gave a look into rc5.d and the 20th line was a blank line.

    So were I should look for the 20th line? Or anything else that I can do localize the problem?

    Thanks for the help

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