Matt Gostick writes:
> I got an Archos Jukebox Studio 20 for Christmas, and want to hook it
> up to my FreeBSD box. It's uses a usb cable for data transfer, and I've
> never had to use usb on FreeBSD before. I've done some research and the
> best page I could find with instructions was
> http://www.stalker.org/~sean/freebsd-p2040/... but the kernel config and
> supplied archos.sh script doesn't work for me. I'm a little behind when
> it comes to usb... is that what firewire is?
> On his page it says to compile firewire, sbp, scbus, da and umass.
> I'm cvsup'ed to 4.7 stable from release and did what he said. When I
> try and 'mount -t msdos /dev/da0s1 /archos' I get 'Device not
> Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Could you reply to my email
> address as well as the list please b/c I'm not subscribed.
I have an Archos Jukebox Recorder and can use it with no problem.
I would expect the Studio to work very similarly. However, I always
plug it in _after_ the kernel comes up so that it's guaranteed to be
recognized. I've never tried booting my box with the Archos already
I use this to mount it:
mount -t msdos -o longnames /dev/da0s1 /mnt
Otherwie your boot message and kernel config file looks very similar
to what I see.
BTW my computer only has USB 1.0 and I'm running -stable.
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