usb/144280: boot0cfg not USB aware
avg at icyb.net.ua
Tue Mar 9 14:12:00 UTC 2010
on 07/03/2010 07:08 Fbsd1 said the following:
> Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
>> On Thursday 25 February 2010 09:29:14 Joe Barbish wrote:
>>> Have boot0cfg installed on PC motherboard cabled hard drive and when
>>> I plug
>>> in an USB cabled external hard drive or USB flash drive, (both
>>> a installed full FreeBSD version) and boot the PC, the f5 key for
>>> going to
>>> the second hard drive is non-functional. Looks like boot0cfg is not USB
>> This is not an USB issue, but rather BIOS / boot-code related. Please
>> change responsible.
> You have a very limited view point of what is USB problem. I don't see
> it as a bios problem. For sure the problem is in the boot0cfg code and
> for sure IT IS A USB PROBLEM. Now if you want to change this to am
> different group then you are welcome to do so. But as the original
> reporter of the PR I don't have the authority to make that change.
Dear "Fbsd1" (Joe Barbish?),
Hans meant that this is not an issue with USB kernel driver and he is totally
correct. usb@ assignment is for bugs with kernel USB driver only.
BTW, bootloader doesn't have any explicit knowledge of USB either, it uses BIOS
interface and depends on BIOS USB emulation.
I think that Hans can't change the PR assignment.
So this message is mostly for Mark :-)
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