Booting ubuntu hangs in usb.rc

Le grand pinguin rm at
Mon Nov 1 06:53:02 CST 2004

Hello list,

i have successfully updated my Debian/testing to Ubuntu following
the instructions on
The system boots fine and works when i use my standard Debian 2.6.7-powerpc
kernel image (but see [1]) but fails to boot when i use the
kernel that gets installed by running "apt-get install linux-powerpc".
According to the boot messages the systems hangs in 'usb.rc'.
Besides keyboard and mouse (logitech - on separate usb interfaces) no
USB devices are attached. The usb subsystem seems to work prior to
that since the console responds to keyboard input.
Any help?

 TIA Ralf Mattes

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