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Subject: Re: USB driver in NetBSD-current fixed for Archos :-)
From: George Michaelson (ggm_at_apnic.net)
Date: 2002-11-27


I checked the Linux drivers and saw enough differences to make me dive into
the BSD 'quirks' mechanism for usb devices. This change, which makes NetBSD
recognize ISD-200 driven USB2.0 filestore as ATA disk, instead of using the
SCSI over ATAPI drivers, appears to work well.

It required the wd on umass entry in the kernel config.

Many thanks for a variety of pointers from different people.

-George

*** sys/dev/usb/umass_quirks.c.dist Tue Nov 26 15:46:03 2002
--- sys/dev/usb/umass_quirks.c Wed Nov 27 09:58:30 2002
***************
*** 107,113 ****
          },
  
          { { USB_VENDOR_INSYSTEM, USB_PRODUCT_INSYSTEM_IDEUSB2 },
! UMASS_WPROTO_UNSPEC, UMASS_CPROTO_UNSPEC,
            0,
            PQUIRK_NOMODESENSE,
            UMATCH_VENDOR_PRODUCT,
--- 107,113 ----
          },
  
          { { USB_VENDOR_INSYSTEM, USB_PRODUCT_INSYSTEM_IDEUSB2 },
! UMASS_WPROTO_BBB, UMASS_CPROTO_ISD_ATA,
            0,
            PQUIRK_NOMODESENSE,
            UMATCH_VENDOR_PRODUCT,



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