Kodak C195 digital camera appears to affect WD on usb
Michael J. Kearney
mkearney at nvita.org
Thu Mar 24 15:56:36 UTC 2011
Lol .gov i would guess the kernel will hang if a questionable usb device controler is present. .. i have a similar problem with a dell poweredge server... so if like so many uptime concious users logon on to this machine, they would have the same problem. Bummer. Have you tried crtl-alt-backspace? I would advise logging onto xwindows from another machine first thereby isolating the problem. Lol .mil
Warren Block <wblock at wonkity.com> wrote:
On Wed, 23 Mar 2011, Steven Friedrich wrote:
> I know I wasn't clear in my original mail, but after this AutoSense failed, I
> get LOTS of g_vfs_done errors. I don't get them if I don't plu in the camera
>> Mar 22 01:12:21 laptop2 kernel: (da0:umass-sim0:0:0:0): AutoSense failed
>> Mar 22 01:12:21 laptop2 kernel: g_vfs_done():da0s1f[WRITE(offset=5780930560,
>> length=16384)]error = 5
> Lot's and lot's of these.
>> Da Rock said:
> It appears to be a routine attempt to determine a usb device by devd.
> Assuming you are trying to access the camera, are you able to mount it?
> I just got the camera a week ago. When I first connected it, it would
> automatically create da1-da3. Now it doesn't.
> It used to get detected with gphoto2 --auto-detect as a Generic PTP camera.
> I don't know if I changed a camera setting to cause any new behaviour, but I
> looked at them. No setting for mode like PTP.
Setup/Computer Connection menu in the camera. According to the
really vague online manual, anyway.
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