Subject: Re: USB 2.0 for the brave
To: Peter Seebach <email@example.com>
From: Lennart Augustsson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/23/2001 02:41:36
Peter Seebach wrote:
> In message <3BFDA4C1.6B11E915@augustsson.net>, Lennart Augustsson writes:
> >Peter Seebach wrote:
> >> In message <20011122185040.A11631@rek.tjls.com>, Thor Lancelot Simon writes:
> >> >Uh, you don't need any such thing, because unlike USB, firewire doesn't
> >> >suck; it's peer-to-peer. If you want to use firewire to connect your
> >> >NetBSD hosts together, you can do it today.
> >> Cool. When can I plug in a disk? I would love to see that work, but, at
> >> least on my system, it didn't.
> >Well, a disk just might work. Can you show me your dmesg?
> I think I can. A caveat: This is a firewire/cardbus adapter, and I'm not
> sure I have the right stuff. For now, I can get the firewire card to show
> up, but:
> 1. Removing it kills the system.
> 2. Nothing at all happens when I plug in a disk.
I thought we were talking about USB 2. The firewire driver still doesn't
have any support for disks.
And probably not disconnects either. :-)