|Lee Marke on 22 May 2006 17:15:55 -0000|
After hearing so much about Debian at PLUG, I'm trying to migrate one of my SuSE servers.
I can't seem to get my IOMEGA REV drive, for backups working. This is an USB attached 35Gb removable disk, using UDF format.
I did the Debian 3.1 netinstall ok, but the 2.4 kernel will only mount the REV as read-only.
Since this was working on SuSE's 2.6 kernel I downloaded that. (kernel-image-2.6.8-2-686)
Now the system hangs during boot with a stack dump as soon as the usb-storage kernel module loads.
This seem to be documented here: http://lists.debian.org/debian-user/2006/01/msg02906.html
If I boot with the REV disconnected from USB, everything works well and hotplug attaches the drive fine, and everything works. But if I leave it connected the boot fails again.
Any ideas ?. How do I change aptitude to give me a newer (testing) kernel ?
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