Am Samstag, 1. Juni 2002 23:09 schrieben Sie:
> Stefan Riha wrote:
> > > (i) Try it under Windows, if you have access to a PC running it
> > > (the more versions the better), and see if there's anything seems a
> > > problem - you won't get the same error messages, but any diagnostics
> > > might help
> > I have tested the CDRW with win98, winNT 4.0, winME and win2000. But I
> > haven't found anything seems a problem. I can made a lot of CD's. And
> > this CD's work with a lot of PC's. But I don't know how i can use this
> > diagnostic tools with windows.
> No, there aren't really that many useful tools - I was thinking of the
> low-level connection details you get when you look at the device
> settings under Control Panel (sorry I can't be more specific, it's a
> long time since I used Windows), and compare the IRQs, memory address
> etc. given it. Probably all insignificant anyway.
> > > (ii) If you can take the drive out of the adaptor, try it in an
> > > internal IDE bay - it may be a problem with the drive itself.
> > > (iii) If (this is a very big IF) you can take the drive out of the
> > > adaptor, AND have access to another certified drive, try using that
> > > one in your adaptor, and watch the kernel messages.
> > I can't give the drive out of adaptor, because when i give the drive out
> > of the adaptor i would destroy the adaptor.
> Yes, I suspected the adaptor wouldn't be very easy to reopen, but I also
> thought that the only bit that would be broken would be the plastic
> clips that hold it together - the expensive part that does the
> IDE-to-parallel part shouldn't be affected. Obviously, this should be
> the sort of thing you should try only as a last resort.
> > But I have found the file at
> > ("http://lists.insecure.org/linux-kernel/2000/Nov/att-1700/02-kernlog_pcd
> >_scsi") and i have found the mail in the archieve of this mailing list
> > ("http://www.torque.net/parport/archive/hist/1045.html").
> > I think that the peoble who has writen this messages would have the same
> > error like i. Because i couldn't find some more infos about this problem.
> > Do you know wher i could find some more infos about this problem?
> Sorry, I've been reading your posts to the parport mailling list, and I
> can't offer any more advice than has already been given. You could
> maybe try the kernel mailling list again, as the errors look CD-driver
> related rather than parallel-port related, and the people there will
> probably also be able to give better advice on how to debug kernel
> drivers. Parport-list seems to be more interested with configuring the
> modules to load at the right times, and setting up the port's protocol
> (ECP, EPP etc.), than with the real driver-hacking.
I think that i have more informations about the configuration of the parport.
After i have loaded the modules friq and pcd, i have found the following
files at /proc/parport/0/
modes: SPP, PS2, EPP
I hope you can help me with this new informations and please write back.
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