On Fri, Apr 06, 2018 at 02:20:40PM +0200, Paul Menzel wrote: > Dear Linux folks, > > > Commit 1455cf8 (driver core: emit uevents when device is bound to a > driver) , introduced in Linux 4.14-rc1, causes a regression in user > space. > > After disconnecting USB devices, they are still shown as plugged in . > > > I seem to be having a similar issue, but with an iPhone X using USB > > to provide internet access. Even after the phone is disconnected, it > > still shows up as "loaded active plugged". The only way to fix this > > is to reboot or use a different USB port. > > `git bisect` shows that commit 1455cf8 (driver core: emit uevents when > device is bound to a driver) is at fault . > > As user space should not break with newer Linux kernels, do you know what to > do about that or can you think of a fix?
I thought we fixed this with follow-on patches, are you sure you are using the latest 4.14.y kernel that has been released? thanks, greg k-h