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RE: Driver makes Linux crash
> them. The following list shows the drivers I have disabled:
> - Etrax Ethernet slave support (over lp0/1)
> - Ser0 DTR,RI,DSR,CD on PB
> - Ser1
> - Ser2 DTR,RI,DSR,CD on PA
> - Ser3
> - RS-485 support
> - Synchronous serial port support
> - Parallel port support
> - ATA/IDE support
> - I2C support
> - I2C EEPROM (non-volatile RAM) support
> - GPIO support
> - USB host
> - DS1302 Real Time Clock support
> Serial port 2 is debugging port. Is there anything else I
> have forgotten?
> Thanks a lot for any help.
Disabling ser2 (driver) and still using ser2 as debug port may not work.
Have you tried using ser0 as debugport instead (or no debugport at all)?