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Re: [vox-tech] USB-DVD burner
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Re: [vox-tech] USB-DVD burner



On Wed, 10 Aug 2005, Richard Harke wrote:
[snip]
> This is what I get /var/log/messages
>
> Aug  7 22:00:35 clifford kernel: Initializing USB Mass Storage driver...
> Aug  7 22:00:35 clifford kernel: usbcore: registered new driver usb-storage
> Aug  7 22:00:35 clifford kernel: USB Mass Storage support registered.
> Aug  7 22:01:41 clifford kernel: usb 5-7: new high speed USB device using
> ehci_h
> cd and address 13
> Aug  7 22:01:41 clifford kernel: usb 5-7: Product: USB 2.0 Storage Adaptor
> Aug  7 22:01:41 clifford kernel: usb 5-7: Manufacturer: DMI
> Aug  7 22:01:41 clifford kernel: usb 5-7: SerialNumber: 0B0201420777F302
> Aug  7 22:01:42 clifford kernel: ub: sizeof ub_scsi_cmd 64 ub_dev 2504
> Aug  7 22:01:44 clifford kernel: uba: device 13 capacity nsec 0 bsize 512
> Aug  7 22:01:44 clifford kernel: usbcore: registered new driver ub
> Aug  7 22:01:44 clifford usb.agent[23477]:      ub: loaded successfully
>
> From reading comments in the driver source modules, it appears
> that usb-storage is correct. But I don't know about ub It seems like the
> top level should be sg
> In any case doing dvdrecord -scanbus comes up empty.

Looks like the "ub" module is setting /dev/uba or /dev/ub/a to be your
device names.  But googling shows you don't want to use /dev/uba because
it's slow, and I'm guessing /dev/ub/a is just an alias for /dev/uba or
vice versa.

Google shows, though, the "ub" kernel module conflicts with "usb-storage",
so it looks like you want to disable "ub" somehow and use "usb-storage"
instead.  Maybe try moving "ub.o" somewhere the kernel can't find it and
re-run `depmod -a`?

Hopefully someone with more experience in this will jump in the thread.
Good luck!

-Mark

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