-On [20000822 08:50], Warner Losh ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
>Actually, the real reason is that MMC drives that mostly support the
>standard, but do it wrong in ways that are hard to detect.  Those are
>going to be the worst to try to support.  There are some drives out
>there that just hang when you issue them certain MMC commands, as an
>example.  They shouldn't but they do and you have to be careful not to 
>send them these commands.

This got parsed by me as: mmc-quirk.h

It wouldn't be hard to keep it tracked in a quirk file as per the SCSI
disk quirk file.

But I am not sure it is elegant.

Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven          Network- and systemadministrator
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>            VIA Net.Works The Netherlands
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