Kernel 2.6.11: irq 11: nobody cared!

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  1. Thanks for the post, Yovko! It seems Fedora 3 has the same problem with the network when the kernel is updated. That occured on 2 desktop PC’s that I worked on. If you’re interested, I can give you the configurations after I return to work (because that’s where they are). Also, then I’ll try 2.6.12 and see if it solves the problem.

  2. Did you try to disable ‘Legacy USB Support’ in BIOS? There was a text file with list of such problems and their sollution, but I don’t remember which Red Hat developer posted it on which Fedora Core mailing list…

  3. have a thinkpad t20 also, had that same problem as you did, tried to upgrade kernel to 2.6.12-1.1390_FC4 with rpm -Uvh command, did not work for me still no sound, did you do something else than just upgrading kernel??

  4. well, nothing more… actually I’ve already done all available FC4 updates till now with the 2.6.10 kernel from FC3, when the new kernel become available I just made yum update and switched to the new kernel.

    selinux will relable all the files because of the new selinux-policy but this is normal…

    nothing more… nothing special…

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