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comment How to clean up an unprocessed orphan inode list?
Not sure why this was downvoted, perhaps provide a reason for the downvote? Running e2fsck does clean up orphaned inodes, which you'll see in the console output as clearing orphaned inode XXXX where XXXX is an inode number. You can easily run e2fsck without rebooting the system. After running e2fsck you should be able to remount the partition.
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comment debian 6 losing a large amount of packets
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comment debian 6 losing a large amount of packets
Judging by the errors you're getting, it looks like this could be a kernel issue related to power management. You could try to temporarily disable the power management cflag while you're compiling, so try the following: make CFLAGS_EXTRA=-DDISABLE_PM and if that works, run make CFLAGS_EXTRA=-DDISABLE_PM install to install the module.