Re: [PARPORT] Anyone successfully accessed a TransDisk 3000 with fit3.o???
Thu, 18 Mar 1999 17:34:16 -0500 (EST)

> I have tried to manually load paride, fit3, and then pd, but I always
> get "device or resource busy" with the load of pd. I have a feeling
> that may have something to do with having the other pieces built into
> the kernel.

You need to read the documentation a bit more carefully, and provide
us with some useful information. In particular, what kernel messages
are logged when you load pd with verbose=1 ?

> I think next I'll try making everything in the paride subsystem modular,
> and then trying to use pd instead of pg.

Like the docs say, until you get things working, use modular drivers !

Grant R. Guenther

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