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SubjectRe: ide-scsi + /dev/dsp == solid lockup
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OK, after finally getting my bits flipped correctly, I tested it again,
and it hung again. AIEE.

Now, a sanity check. I'm doing this with a kernel which is configured
with CONFIG_PCI_QUIRKS=y and CONFIG_PCI_OPTIMIZE=y. Should it matter?
Should I only be trying this stuff with those configs turned off?
Strange that it still hangs. Argh.

Leigh

Frank de Lange wrote:

| On Sat, Oct 14, 2000 at 09:33:04PM -0400, Leigh Orf wrote:
| >
| > Oops...
| >
| > I tried your script and it choked on the line following your comment
| > "clear bits 0, 1, and 3" with the following:
| >
| > ./frank.sh: 08: value too great for base (error token is "08")
| >
| > Just to clarify my byte/bit problem, if this is before...
| >
| > 50: 08 00 81 14 02 00 40 01 2b 10 55 11 01 00 11 11
| >
| > I want this for after, right?
| >
| > 50: 00 00 81 14 02 00 40 01 2b 10 55 11 01 00 11 11
| >
| > since 08 = 00001000 ?
| > bit: 76543210
|
|
| Yes, that's what you want to end up with. My box originally had 0x50
| == 0x88, running the script changes this into 0x50 == 0x80. Which
| shell did you use when you tried the script? It is probably
| bash-only...

It was my dumb mistake, never mind :)

Leigh
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