On Thu, Feb 28, 2002 at 01:39:55AM +0100, Riccardo Torrini wrote:
> On 27-Feb-2002 (23:17:15/GMT) Scott Long wrote:
> > Is the umass device compiled into the kernel, or loaded as a
> > module?  If it's a module, is it loaded before you attach the
> > drive?  The usb daemon isn't smart enough yet to load it...
> Now I have all compiled in.  Something happens...
> [...]
> Anyway, ugen0 disappear from /dev/ but _no_ umass0 appear,
> only xpt0...
> Riccardo.

The debug trace looks very good.

No umass0 device should appear in /dev.  Instead, you should get
a da device.  Do 'camcontrol devlist -v' and you should see the
bus (represented as umass-sim) and a 'da' and 'pass' device
for the drive.

It also sounds like you have other issues with the device not
always attaching or detaching correctly.  This is a weakness
of the umass driver, so you'll have to experiment a bit to
see what works for you.


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