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    Subjectsbp2/ieee1394 causes badness
    ieee1394 + sbp2 has been irking me for a while, and I finally am
    getting around to posting about it.

    Using a fresh 2.6.7 on my powerbook G4 I plugged in my external
    firewire drive(in a conversion kit) and insmod'd the sbp2 module(this
    produced an error message like 'Trap set' or something I didn't write
    it down). The kernel spits out:

    Jun 16 22:54:12 [kernel] ieee1394: got invalid ack 252 from node 65473
    (tcode 4)
    Jun 16 22:54:13 [kernel] ieee1394: Error parsing configrom for node
    0-01:1023
    Jun 16 22:54:14 [kernel] ieee1394: Error parsing configrom for node
    0-00:1023
    Jun 16 22:54:15 [kernel] ieee1394: Error parsing configrom for node
    0-01:1023
    Jun 16 22:54:15 [kernel] ieee1394: Node added: ID:BUS[0-00:1023]
    GUID[0001a3080
    000ee0b]
    Jun 16 22:54:15 [kernel] ieee1394: Node changed: 0-00:1023 ->
    0-01:1023
    Jun 16 22:54:24 [kernel] sbp2: $Rev: 1219 $ Ben Collins
    <bcollins@debian.org>

    It doesn't init the scsi device /dev/sda nor does it let me remove the
    module. When I attempt to remove the module it says the module is in
    use. Finally I attempt to unplug the drive I had a hard system
    hang(this is not suprising).

    Any idea what's going on ? I could actually use it under 2.4, but 2.6
    I haven't had any luck.
    Dave
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