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Re: [opensuse-kernel] 11.4 kernel on 12.1
Hi,

Am 06.03.2012 21:54, schrieb Jiri Slaby:
On 03/06/2012 06:58 PM, Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote:
Therefore the main question:
Is it possible to use the 11.4 kernel on 12.1 (even if only for testing
purposes)?

Yes, that should work just fine. See Dennis's post on how to do it.

Second: What can I do to make openSUSE finally work with my printer?

I'm afraid, you have to bisect the kernel.

But first try vanilla flavor of both 11.4 and 12.1. Try the latest
stable (3.2.9) and try 11-SP2 kernel (3.0). And maybe master. If they
work, try also their vanilla flavors. And report the results here ;).

Today I've tried the following kernels to verify:

kernel-desktop 3.1.10 - same issue :-(
kernel-vanilla 3.1.10 - same issue
kernel-desktop 3.0.22 (from SLE11-SP2) - was not able to boot into X ;
no testing possible

kernel-desktop 2.6.37.6 (from 11.4) - works like a charm!!! No issue at
all with my printer

Which kernels should I try next given the above findings? (Or how to
make the 3.0 kernel work on 12.1?

With kernel 2.6.37.6 there were no messages like these in the syslog:
Mar 7 15:08:01 Hygiea kernel: [ 116.166116] Did not find alt setting 1
for intf 0, config 1
Mar 7 15:08:01 Hygiea kernel: [ 116.168476] Did not find alt setting 1
for intf 0, config 1
Mar 7 15:08:01 Hygiea kernel: [ 116.169599] Did not find alt setting 1
for intf 0, config 1
Mar 7 15:08:01 Hygiea kernel: [ 116.170358] Did not find alt setting 1
for intf 0, config 1
Mar 7 15:08:01 Hygiea kernel: [ 116.171093] Did not find alt setting 1
for intf 0, config 1
Mar 7 15:08:01 Hygiea kernel: [ 116.171970] Did not find alt setting 1
for intf 0, config 1
Mar 7 15:08:01 Hygiea kernel: [ 116.172469] Did not find alt setting 1
for intf 0, config 1
Mar 7 15:08:01 Hygiea kernel: [ 116.765179] Did not find alt setting 1
for intf 0, config 1
Mar 7 15:08:32 Hygiea kernel: [ 147.814041] usb 1-4: reset high speed
USB device number 5 using ehci_hcd


Wolfgang
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