I recently got an mp3-player that came with a MMC-card-reader
(http://www.scmmicro.com/dm/mmc.html) which connects via the parallel
port. In windows this reader behaves as any drive.
In this reader there is a chip, "Shuttle IMPACT-S 0006E". After
discovering that shuttle-chips seem to be supported by paride I got some
hope that it would be possible to use this reader under linux. As far as
I understood, epat is the relevant protocol in my case.
Hence I tried this:
insmod pd drive0=0x278,0 verbose=1
Operation not permitted
/lib/modules/2.4.20/kernel/drivers/block/paride/pd.o: Hint: insmod
errors can be caused by incorrect module parameters, including invalid
IO or IRQ parameters.
You may find more information in syslog or the output from dmesg
and dmesg gives:
paride: version 1.06 installed (parport)
paride: epat registered as protocol 0
pd: pd version 1.05, major 45, cluster 64, nice 0
parport0: PC-style at 0x278 [PCSPP,TRISTATE,EPP]
pda: 0x278 is parport0
pda: epat: port 0x278, mode 0, ccr 0, test=(256,256,0)
pda: epat: port 0x278, mode 1, ccr 0, test=(256,256,0)
pda: epat: port 0x278, mode 2, ccr 0, test=(256,256,0)
pda: epat: port 0x278, mode 3, ccr 0, test=(256,256,0)
pda: epat: port 0x278, mode 4, ccr 0, test=(256,256,0)
pda: epat: port 0x278, mode 5, ccr 0, test=(256,256,0)
pda: Adapter not found
pd: no valid drive found
I suspect this is due to some incompatability with the chip in my
card-reader and epat.c. How would I go about to fix this?
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