I don't even run Linux, nor even remotely understand most of this, but is
there a newer paride version available? Just a remote thought, from a
TOTALLY confused linux-parport mailing list reader...
On Sun, 25 Jun 2000 18:16:44 +0200 Philipp Schulte
>I wrote a mail some time ago, because I was having problems with my HP
>Colorado 8GB. It just backups too slow.
>Now I saw in /var/log/messages that the parport seems to work in a
>kernel: paride: version 1.04 installed
>kernel: paride: epat registered as protocol 0
>kernel: pt: pt version 1.04, major 96
>kernel: parport0: PC-style at 0x3bc, irq 7 [SPP,PS2]
>kernel: parport_probe: failed
>kernel: parport0: no IEEE-1284 device present.
>kernel: pt0: Sharing parport0 at 0x3bc
>kernel: pt0: epat 1.01, Shuttle EPAT chip c6 at 0x3bc, mode 2 (8-bit),
>kernel: pt0: HP COLORADO 8GBe, master, blocksize 512, 3954 MB
>I definitely set the Parport-Mode to "EPP 1.9" in the BIOS, so why
>does the parport-module say that I am having SPP? IMHO this might be
>the reason, why my backup is too slow.
>Are there any options, so I could change the mode for parport?
>Thanks for any help,
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