Richard Dymond <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > I've googled and Usenet-ed high and low for info on this, but to no > avail. > > I've got one of those handy 256MB USB pen drives that I'd like to get > working with FreeBSD 5.1. As a long-time linux user I'm used to plugging > the device in, loading the usb-storage kernel module - which recognises > the device and slaps it on /dev/sda - and then issuing an appropriate > mount command. > > I'm assuming the process with FreeBSD is similar, but I need some tips. > Specifically, what options/devices do I need to enable in the kernel? (I > thought I'd picked the relevant ones already - usb, ugen, umass, scbus, > da - but perhaps I'm missing something.) And once I've plugged the USB > drive in, what commands do I need to run to get the device recognised, > and to mount the vfat filesystem thereon? > > At the moment, all that happens when I plug the USB drive in is a big > fat nothing. No kernel log messages. Not even a flicker of the little > power light on the device.
Half a minute reading the first, obvious, manual (usb(4)) told me that you need the uhub device. I don't know if that's all you need (you'll probably need usbd(8) to attach devices, at a guess), but it's a start. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"