It looks like it's reading some invalid data via the EEPROM. I've seen
it do it yet and I haven't sat down to figure it out.

Which device is it?


On 19 November 2015 at 19:56, Serge Voilokov <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a problem on Raspberry PI-A with Realtek WiFi adapter.
> After reboot on watchdog or kernel panic wifi doesn't init properly.
> Sometimes wlan0 is not created, sometimes ethernet address is
> ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff, firmware loading errors, etc.
> After cold reboot it works file.
> How can I avoid the cold reboot?
> Now on boot I do several attempts of 'usbconfig reset' until wifi
> starts working.
> It doesn't seem reliable.
> Is the other way to make cold reset of usb and/or wifi without rebooting the 
> OS?
> Thanks,
> --serge
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