Sorry, links ate the rest of my message.
syslog-ng dies with "bad config file"
Bad USB agent invocation, no action
and dmesg still only shows the keypresses (I got rid of Kernel hacking->
debugging). I also added SCSI multi-LUN support, HD support, and general
device support. USB mass storage became module (to test in MOL). and I
also tried to fix my windowing problems with GNOME, KDE, and XFCE (all
installed, all failing) by making radeonfb a module.
> and the root hubs (ID 0000:0000)
>> Am Sonntag 11 Dezember 2005 17:07 schrieb nova@...:
>>> > I am on a powerbook G4 800mhz and it is
>>> >> plugged into the back of the computer (port 2). Does anyone know
>>> how to solve this problem?
>>> >> thanks
>>> >> nick
>>> > First, next time, please start a new thread instead of replying to
>>> an existing one.
>>> > That said, you'll have to provide more information. Can you give
>>> > kernel messages from dmesg related to the USB stick? Are you sure
>>> > have USB disk support and generic scsi disk support in your kernel?
>>> > -Joe
>>> > --
>>> > firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list
>>> Sorry about replying instead of starting again.
>>> Are there any just-X11 browsers besides links -g that I can use?
>>> Whenever I press the back arrow it goes back and deletes the email I
>>> was writing.
>>> Anyway, the only messages in dmesg (I do not know why) are keypress
>>> I used to be informative, but now all it has are keypresses...
>>> I have SCSI support, and USB mass storage (with all sub-options)
>>> Do I need to add support for SCSI disks, CDROMS, generic devices, etc
>>> in order for USB versions of those to work?
>>> email@example.com mailing list
>> Hello Nick,
>> You need modules for SCSI device support, SCSI disk support and please
>> enable 'Probe all LUNs on each SCSI device' as it helps with Multi
>> Card Readers. As long as the USB is hotpluggable, you should install
>> hotplug and udev packages.
>> A good idea is to put the USB Disk in and to have look in dmesg
>> and/or /var/log/messages.
>> Normally I the disk should recognized by the kernel and produce at
>> least some messages. (May be a lsusb show if there is something
>> recognized.) Best regards Joerg
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