For thiose of us that are not firewire experts
can you guys tell us:
Are we talking about two completely different firewire implementations
Or ar they based on each other? Are there any major incompatibilities
in the designs?
It's time to import firewire so I'd like to get one or the other (or
even better, a merged version if there are things each does not do)
into the tree soon.
Can you clear the situation?
I have the USENIX paper here (I actually attended) and am reading it now.
On Wed, 5 Sep 2001, Katsushi Kobayashi wrote:
> I have to notice you that the latest version driver I offered at yesterday
> does not have any compatibolity with the base-code of your patch.
> Also, I have once offered FreeBSD folks with the former version
> at monthes ago. But, they did not accept that one.
> Anyway, I can add the new chipset to the liist of supporting chipset,
> if we get volunteer.
> NAKAMURA Kazushi wrote:
> > In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
> > >Is there any chance that the OHCI code inthe firewire driver and the OHCI
> > >code in the USB drivers might be rationalised?
> > There is a IEEE1394 patch for 4.4RC1. It works on my N/B IEEE1394 4-port I/F,
> > that uses VIA VT6306 chip. I bought it 2980 yen(about $25) in KOBE.
> > Please port this patch to 5-current.
> > http://kobe1995.net/~kaz/FreeBSD/IEEE1394.html
> > Enjoy IEEE1394!
> > --
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