admin at lissyara.su
Tue Jul 28 18:33:25 UTC 2009
illoai at gmail.com пишет:
> 2009/7/28 Alex Keda <admin at lissyara.su>:
>> Hi, all =)
>> I have USB floppy.
>> When I plug it, I see in the messages log:
>> Jul 28 21:05:02 HP kernel: ugen0.3: <MITSUMI> at usbus0
>> Jul 28 21:05:02 HP kernel: umass0: <MITSUMI MITSUMI USB FDD 061M, class 0/0,
>> rev 1.10/2.00, addr 3> on usbus0
>> Jul 28 21:05:02 HP kernel: umass0: SCSI over Bulk-Only; quirks = 0x0100
>> Jul 28 21:05:03 HP kernel: umass0:2:0:-1: Attached to scbus2
>> But... What I can mount? =)
> (I've never used a USB floppy, so I have a deficit
> of direct knowledge)
> You obviously won't be able to mount anything if
> there is no disk in the drive.
I try attach with disk, without disk, insert or remove disk when device
attached... Nothing =(
> As I recall (and it has been a few years since I
> even saw a floppy disk) most drives are not
> auto-sensing, so you have to rile it up a bit by
> trying to read /dev/fd0c (I think)
> dd if=/dev/fd0c of=/dev/null count=1
> (or variations on that tune)
> (for all I know USB floppies are /dev/daN)
> I would look at the output of
> ls -lrt /dev/ | tail
> And see if anything interesting showed up.
> You can probably play with camcontrol(8) in this
> context too.
> Hopefully someone who has used one can give
> better help.
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