INI 9400U and Fedora Core 3
paul at city-fan.org
Wed Feb 23 09:48:25 UTC 2005
Angelo Machils wrote:
>>> I didn't know USB storage was also 'seen' as SCSI, I know that sdx and
>>>> stx are SCSI units (or SATA units on my other box). But this
>>>> continuously logging of the checking for media isn't really normal
>>>> behaviour is it? I had a system with SCSI CD reader and a SCSI
>>>> writer and I never saw this kind of logging or console messages. Can
>>>> I turn this logging off?
>>>> Besides that, where are the 'sda' lines coming from then?
>>> Don't know about the logging.
>>> The "sda" is the kernel's representation of the USB storage device you
>>> have (i.e. the card reader). When you put a card in it, the card will be
> Hi Paul!
> I thought the SDDR09 was the representation for the cardreader????
I'm not familar with these devices; perhaps it's like a tape
autochanger? There's one device for the autochanger mechanism (that
would be equivalent to your reader) and there's another device for the
tape drive itself (which would be equivalent to the part of the card
reader than actually reads the card).
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