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#1 2004-06-13 20:53:25

hecker
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stick problem

hi,

i get sda: assuming drive cache: write through when i put my usbstick into the first usb slot on my notebook. nothing works then. i just can ctrl-c to escape.

i'm using arch 0.6. usb_storage, sd_mod and sr_mod are loaded.

ne1 can help me out?

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#2 2004-06-13 21:25:00

dp
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Re: stick problem

what kernel do you use? try the other

also try after plugging in the stick to check what happened with usb
check before and after sticking in the key:

 more /proc/bus/usb/devices 

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#3 2004-06-13 21:37:36

hecker
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Re: stick problem

i'm using kernel 2.6.3

also try after plugging in the stick to check what happened with usb
check before and after sticking in the key:

hm i cant see any difference. i see.. hm two text blocks wink (cant copy it cause my notebook is without network atm).

the only difference i see is the serial number and bus (Bus=04 and Bus=03).

(btw: the stick works on my suse9.0)

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#4 2004-06-13 21:41:29

dp
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Re: stick problem

hecker wrote:

i'm using kernel 2.6.3

also try after plugging in the stick to check what happened with usb
check before and after sticking in the key:

hm i cant see any difference. i see.. hm two text blocks wink (cant copy it cause my notebook is without network atm).

the only difference i see is the serial number and bus (Bus=04 and Bus=03).

(btw: the stick works on my suse9.0)

if it works on suse9, then it should work also here --- are you sure that it do not work? try just pressing once ENTER after the warning message comes ... what hopefully will bring you to the console back - then check if you can mount the stick, ignoring the error


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#5 2004-06-13 21:48:45

hecker
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Re: stick problem

great! big_smile

just pressing enter is the key wink now i can mount and enter the stick... thank you!

but now i must see how i can eliminate this error message, this is a kernel only issue right?

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#6 2004-06-13 22:00:10

dp
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Re: stick problem

hecker wrote:

great! big_smile

just pressing enter is the key wink now i can mount and enter the stick... thank you!

but now i must see how i can eliminate this error message, this is a kernel only issue right?

this is only a warning from the kernel that your stick has no cache --- you can tell your kernel to be "quiet" (in lilo or grub) and then it should not come up (dont know what verbosity level this warning is)


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#7 2004-06-13 22:01:08

dp
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Re: stick problem

for lilo e.g. you can use this:

image=/boot/vmlinuz26
        label=arch26q
        root=/dev/discs/disc0/part2
        read-only
        append="quiet"

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