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I have an AFW-4300 card, Lacie pocket hard drive.
I compiled a fresh 2.4.16 (which works perfect :-) ).
I installed the latest modutils version I found at kernel.org (rpm -Uvh
--force --nodeps (nodeps because it won't install because of a tiny kde
app called ksysguard and I don't need it.)
I have also the hotplug package installed and he ieee1394.agent file.

First, I want to report a crash:

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Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: ieee1394: received packet: ffc30160
ffc20000 00000000 58000020
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: ieee1394: Node 1:1023 changed to
2:1023
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: Unable to handle kernel paging
request at virtual address 00623430
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: printing eip:
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: d11cae62
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: *pde = 00000000
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: Oops: 0002
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: CPU: 0
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: EIP: 0010:[<d11cae62>] Not
tainted
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: EFLAGS: 00010296
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: eax: 00623430 ebx: cb80394c ecx:
c026bec0 edx: d11c5000
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: esi: c033c0e0 edi: c033c0e0 ebp:
cd42b000 esp: c14edf08
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: Process keventd (pid: 2,
stackpage=c14ed000)
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: Stack: cb80394c cd42b000 c033c0e0
d11c50a0 00000246 0000ffc2 d11ca5fd cd42b000
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: c033c0e0 d11c5000 cb80394c
cf828c4c 00ff5000 d11b9dfe cb8038c0 20000058
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: 00d04b20 0000ffc2 d11ba0a1
cf828c20 00ff5000 d11c5000 0000ffc2 c14edfa4
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: Call Trace: [<d11ca5fd>] [<d11b9dfe>]
[<d11ba0a1>] [__run_task_queue+76/96] [context_thread+283/416]
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: [kernel_thread+40/56]
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel:
Nov 27 13:21:08 test17-248 kernel: Code: c7 00 00 00 00 00 8b 46 18 c7
40 04 00 00 00 00 8b 46 18 c7
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I hope here is enough, and if you need more, I can send a lot more.
It happened while plugging Hard drives (I plugged 1, the second, and at
the third one, it crashed).
ieee1394 , ohci1394 and sbp2 modules were loaded.
I have the "Excessive debugging output" option enabled.

The second problem I have is:
I don't really understand what for is the hotplug ? can It automatically
mount any new firewire disk I plugged ? How should I do it?
Does someone have a sample script which does something like:
fdisk -l /dev/$justplugged | awk ... | grep ... ; for i in
$mountabledevices ; do mkdir /mnt/$cnt ; mount ... ; done
( I hope you got what I'm searching for.)

Thanks for any help.
Sam
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