This means that the interrupt was caused by access to the memory of an interrupt controller without having the appropriate GIC registers set up. This may happen if the interrupt controller is not active when the memory access occurs (e.g. when the memory access is in kernel code) or if the memory is not mapped with the appropriate GIC registers. The problem is that the Linux interrupt code tries to use a "valid" GIC register to trap the interrupt and while the interrupt code is trying to set up the GIC registers, the interrupt is already over.
Does not make any sense. For any interrupt, will always cause the hardware to stop processing. Any other reasonable termination code will do. Though it would be nice if it would fail the call so that the driver could handle it.
This is an example of why a driver might wish to printk debug stuff during its setup. This is the Driver not configured error before the module is loaded, and apparently it is not something the module or Debian can fix. This may happen when a driver has not been compiled with CONFIG_DEBUG_VMODE enabled, or even when a module is compiled without CONFIG_DEBUG_DRIVER being set. If you find you are getting this error as a result of not having CONFIG_DEBUG_DRIVER set, and the driver fails to load, then you should check the kernel configuration and see if CONFIG_DEBUG_DRIVER is set.
I had the same problem, when I first installed Arch Linux, and the module was not loaded correctly. I think it's when I choose an intel wireless card. I am using a realtek rtl8139-based card as a wireless card.
You may build it from this driver as follows: Unpack the archive. The files are divided into classes, which can be use to build modules that contain drivers for other network interfaces. Open the directory where you unzipped the files, and copy all of the files into it, except for the.config file. Run the files through make_rtl8139(), which should result in two files, 8139too.o and 8139too_drv.o. Copy them into your tree in the kernel source directory. Modify /etc/modules.conf to include: rtl8139too. Then run something like modprobe 8139too d2c66b5586