Steps to reproduce:
1. Merge ipw2100-1.1
2. Merge wpa_supplicant-0.4.1
3. Configure wpa_supplicant to use WPA-PSK
4. Start via /etc/init.d/<netscript> start
5. Kernel crashes (even without the modules listed in the attached panic message)
Created attachment 59802 [details]
Yes, a known issue with the development version of wpa_supplicant. See
http://www.bughost.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=678 for more information. Will
be fixed in ipw2100-1.1.1.
ehmmm, maybe i'm wrong... but ~x86 ebuids should work...
i can't understand why, even if it is know to be broken an ebuild is released as
~x86 and not (al least) masked.
0.40 does not work on ipw2100, 0.41 crashes kernel, maybe 0.42 will destroy the
I think that you have to hard mask the wpa_supplicant-0.4.1. The patch in the
ipw2100 bugzilla don't work(it doesn't crash with kernel panic, but don't work
0.4.0 works fine with ipw2100 here. 0.4.1 works with all other cards than
ipw2100, and the reason it doesn't work with the ipw2100 lies within the ipw2100
driver. Are you suggesting I hard mask net-wireless/ipw2100?
I really don't know! I am not a gentoo developer, and I think that I don't like
to emerge a thing that break things! I think that you have to hard mask
something, but I don't know what and how!
(In reply to comment #6)
> I really don't know! I am not a gentoo developer, and I think that I don't like
> to emerge a thing that break things! I think that you have to hard mask
> something, but I don't know what and how!
Then stop running ~ARCH packages.
*** Bug 96838 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***