5.4 Generic Kernel - da and scbus...I'm at a loss
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Mon Nov 7 05:01:37 GMT 2005
Thanks for the response. Did you have a problem with "opt_usbverbose.h"? I
replaced the existing "usb_subr.c" with the patched version and have not
been able to successfully compile the new kernel using it seemly due to
"opt_usbverbose.h" not being found.
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From: "Sebastien" <seba.perso at sebsd.net>
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Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 3:23 PM
Subject: Re: 5.4 Generic Kernel - da and scbus...I'm at a loss
> I am a newbie to kernel related things. I'm running 5.4 using the generic
> kernel. I am problems with using an iPod via USB, and it seems that I may
> not have device support for sa and scbus in my kernel. I have been
> searching for a few hours this evening using various criteria and am still
> unable to get past this issue.
> It seems like the failure is that a device node /dev/da* for the umass
> isn't be created. Any help would be appreciated. I am going to try
> the 6.0 kernel off CD next and then go from there.
I had the same problem with a "nano".
I had many difficulties to find a way to solve it too. Finally this link
I patched /usr/src/sys/dev/usb/usb_subr.c as described, compiled my
kernel again and it works...
I'm not sure that it's the right way but it works...
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