Hmm, not quite as posted in the previous mail (below - yeah top-posting
yadda yadda) ... the problem was in the tmscsim driver ... and the scsi-idle
thing is a known issue ...
Fortunately my chipset is supported by another SCSI driver (the AM53C974) so
a quick mkinitrd later, reboot, and hope to hell it works !
> -----Original Message-----
> Looks like it's related to the SCSI driver tmscsim in the 2.4.19 tree ...
> there seems to be a scsi-idle problem, where if it goes idle, and then
> up, it can oops because of a Null pointer being passed ...
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