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Re: [vox-tech] USB-DVD burner



On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 05:16:33PM -0700, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> 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`?

I know under Debian there's a way to blacklist hotplug stuff. (I don't
recall offhand how or why, but I'm sure Googling for "blacklist" would help.)
Other distros might do something similar.  (Or hey, maybe it's just a hotplug
thing. :^) )


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

No experience with USB drives, sadly.

-bill!
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