while trying to install Fedora 14 from the x86-64 DVD on my desktop, the installation seems to hang early; just a look into terminal Ctrl-Alt-F4 shows that something is going on, and that is some kind of loop, displaying things like
usb4-2: USB disconnect, address NN
usb4-2: new low speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address NN
usb4-2: new USB device found, id Vendor=0764, id Product=0501
usb4-2: new USB device strings: Mfr=3, Product=1, Serial Number=0
usb4-2: Product: DX600E
usb4-2: Manufacturer: CPS
generic-usb 0003:0764:0501:00XX: hidden 96, hidraw0: USB HID v1.10 device [CPS DX600E] on usb=0000:00:1a.1-2/input0
where NN is a number that increases steadily after timeouts of about 30 seconds or so and XX is the hex representation of NN+1.
It seems that my UPS - some CyberPower product - is the culprit; I haven't had the time yet to see what happens if I try installing with the UPS disconnected.
However, since the same UPS behaved fine a few months ago and there was no problem while installing Fedora 13, I think that I should report this somewhere; question is: where and whom...?
Many thanks in advance.
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