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umass0 -- yes, daX -- no? - FreeBSD

Hello! I'm trying to access the file system on a usb memory key. When I insert it, however, kernel duly reports creation of umass0, but not the da1 (da0 is my ZIP drive). According to usbdevs -d, I have: addr 1: OHCI root hub, SiS uhub0 addr 2: Dell USB Memory Key, M-Systems umass0 addr 1: OHCI root hub, SiS uhub1 addr 1: OHCI root hub, SiS uhub2 It ought to be something obvious, but I can't see what it is :-( Thanks! -mi...

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    Default umass0 -- yes, daX -- no?

    Hello!

    I'm trying to access the file system on a usb memory key. When I insert it,
    however, kernel duly reports creation of umass0, but not the da1 (da0 is my
    ZIP drive).

    According to usbdevs -d, I have:

    addr 1: OHCI root hub, SiS
    uhub0
    addr 2: Dell USB Memory Key, M-Systems
    umass0
    addr 1: OHCI root hub, SiS
    uhub1
    addr 1: OHCI root hub, SiS
    uhub2

    It ought to be something obvious, but I can't see what it is :-( Thanks!

    -mi
    Mikhail Guest

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    Default Re: umass0 -- yes, daX -- no?

    In the last episode (Mar 15), Mikhail Teterin said: 

    You might have a device that's not known in umass's table. It looks
    like it needs to know the protocol before it will create a da* device;
    try editing /sys/dev/usb/usbdevs and adding a DISKONKEY3 entry (usbdevs
    -dv should print the hex IDs you need), and copy one of the existing
    DISKONKEY array entries in umass.c.

    --
    Dan Nelson
    com
    Dan Guest

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    Default Re: umass0 -- yes, daX -- no?

    > In the last episode (Mar 15), Mikhail Teterin said: 
    >
    > You might have a device that's not known in umass's table. It looks
    > like it needs to know the protocol before it will create a da* device;
    > try editing /sys/dev/usb/usbdevs and adding a DISKONKEY3 entry (usbdevs
    > -dv should print the hex IDs you need), and copy one of the existing
    > DISKONKEY array entries in umass.c.[/ref]

    Thanks, I'll try. This is disheartening, however... I was pretty sure,
    anything, that support USB Mass Storage would work "out of the box" :-(

    -mi
    Mikhail Guest

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