Thanks. We are getting somewhere:-) None of the pen drives are recognized. The pen has an msdos file system.
ugen* is not created when I insert the device although ugen is listed and enabled in the generic kernel config. Thanks. Michael. On 8/28/07, Predrag Punosevac <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I have the same south bridge works like a charm with FreeBSD 6.2 stable > even with 6.1 was working > I have the same north bridge. So the hardware is not an issue. That is > good. > Is it possible that 6.0 had troubles with that one or there is another > problem with configuration. > > So you are saying that you tried to mount manually and there was a > problem. Is it a problem with just that pen since it might > be an issue with a specific manufacturer. Is pen msdos file system > > You are mounting as mount_msdosfs /dev/ugen0 /mnt right? > > Robert Nicholson wrote: > > It uses an ICH7 southbridge. > > > > Any ideas? > > > > On 8/28/07, *Predrag Punosevac* < [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote: > > > > You find the specification of your mother board and the south bridge > > chip set should be listed. Should be included in computer > > documentation > > or go to web site of Compaq and check. That is one of the key > > specifications > > of your mother board. If I remember well the south bridge chip > > set is > > in charge with your USB. We could check right away against > > hardware compatibility list if there is really some issue with > > your chip > > set. Since you are really running and older version of FreeBSD > > and your Compact might be brand new maybe there is some issue. I > > hope > > more knowledgeable get involved in our discussion. > > > > Why did you post your question in multimedia? Try also posting it on > > email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > >. > > > > > > > > Robert Nicholson wrote: > > > Hi Predrag, > > > > > > Thank you for your mail. > > > > > > I installed FreeBSD 6.0 since I was instructed to do so because we > > > want to test the network testing tools that we develop at work > > > specifically for systems running FreeBSD 6.0 as many of our > > customers > > > still use FBSD 6.0 > > > > > > I am not auto mounting the drives. > > > > > > I am trying to mount the drive manually but /dev/da* does not get > > > created automatically when the drive is plugged in to the USB > slot. > > > There is no message in dmesg or in /var/log/messages either. > > > > > > Yes I do have usbd_enable="YES" in /etc/rc.conf > > > > > > How do you find out which bridge chipset it is? > > > > > > Thanks. > > > Michael. > > > > > > On 8/28/07, * Predrag Punosevac* < [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > > <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > > <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>>> wrote: > > > > > > Out of curiosity why did you install 6.0 version when there > > is 6.2 > > > version? Are you trying to do auto mount on usb drive or you > > mounted > > > your pan manually. HAL really had issues until maybe half a > > year ago. > > > The question is which version of HAL you use. > > > Do you have usbd_enable="YES" in rc.conf > > file.(usb deamon) I do not > > > know if the daemon is behaving differently on older machines. > > > Try to mount thins manually first. I have intell 945G > > chipset but > > > that > > > is the North Bridge. What is your south bridge Chipset? > > > > > > > > > > > > Robert Nicholson wrote: > > > > Predrag, sorry for the mistake. > > > > > > > > Hi everyone, > > > > > > > > I just installed FreeBSD 6.0 on a HP Compaq DC7600 Small > Form > > > Factor > > > > PC at work. It uses an intel 945G chipset. I could not get > the > > > > broadcom NIC to work so we replaced it with a D-Link NIC and > > > that works. > > > > > > > > The other problem is that the four USB ports on the > > machine are > > > > recognized and the /dev/ directory has character devices > > usb1 to > > > usb4 > > > > but plugging in any usb drive (including a USB pen drive) > > causes the > > > > system to hang for about 4 seconds and then the drive is > not > > > > recognized. There are no /dev/da* devices, no dmesg > > messages and no > > > > /var/log/messages either. > > > > > > > > I checked the kernel config. Devices umass, ehci, ohci , > uhci, > > > usb. da > > > > as well as scbus are all enabled. I am at a loss on how to > > solve > > > this > > > > problem. Please help. > > > > > > > > Thanks and Regards, > > > > Michael. > > > > > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"