[PlanetCCRMA] Lacie Firewire drive on Planet CCRMA

Andres Cabrera acabrera@teleset.com.co
Mon Oct 18 10:51:02 2004

Thanks Fernando,
I'm actually trying to use my Lacie firewire hard drive, the internal 
cdrom is working fine.
Sorry for not being clear...

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-10-18 at 08:00, Andres Cabrera wrote:
>>Hi all,
>>I've been unable to use my Lacie firewire drive in FC1 Planet CCRMA. The 
>>drive works under knoppix kernel 2.4, so it should also work on the 
>>planet. Here's what I've found different:
>>On knoppix, there's no /proc/bus/ieee1394 directory.
>>On FC1 that directory contains the file "devices" which says:
>>Node[1-00:1023]  GUID[00d04b380e097569]:
>>   Vendor ID: `LaCie Group SA  ' [0x00d04b]
>>   Capabilities: 0x0083c0
>>   Bus Options:
>>     IRMC(0) CMC(0) ISC(0) BMC(0) PMC(0) GEN(0)
>>     LSPD(0) MAX_REC(64) CYC_CLK_ACC(255)
>>   Unit Directory 0:
>>     Vendor/Model ID: LaCie Group SA   [00d04b] / LaCie 1394 Disk drive 
>>LUN 0  [000000]
>>     Software Specifier ID: 00609e
>>     Software Version: 010483
>>     Driver: SBP2 Driver
>>     Length (in quads): 8
>>The file /proc/scsi/scsi on knoppix includes(apart from the cdrom):
>>Host: scsi1 Channel: 00 Id: 00 Lun: 00
>>   Vendor: WDC WD16 Model: 00BB-00DAA3      Rev: 75.1
>>   Type:   Direct-Access                    ANSI SCSI revision: 06
>>On FC1 it only includes the cdrom, when the fw drive should be there as 
>>Also on FC1 there is a directory (which is not there on knoppix) called 
>>/proc/scsi/sbp2_1 which contains the file "1" which contains:
>>Host scsi1             : SBP-2 IEEE-1394 (ohci1394)
>>Module options         :
>>   max_speed            : S800
>>   max_sectors          : 255
>>   serialize_io         : no
>>   exclusive_login      : yes
>>Attached devices       : none
>>I've already added the following to fstab:
>>/dev/sda2 /mnt/fw1 ntfs noauto,users,exec,ro,umask=000,uid=root 0 0
>>/dev/sda3 /mnt/fw2 vfat noauto,users,exec,umask=000,uid=root 0 0
>>/dev/sda5 /mnt/fw3 ntfs noauto,users,exec,ro,umask=000,uid=root 0 0
>>Which were generated by knoppix, and work there.
>>Then trying:
>>mount /dev/sda2
>>mount: /dev/sda is not a valid block device
> Hmmm, I think /dev/sdn (where n is the "letter" of the device) is only
> for hard disks, you could try /dev/scdn, I think those are the devices
> you want for cdroms. 
> -- Fernando