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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.6.18-rc4 1/5] ieee1394: sbp2: workaround for write protect bit of Initio firmware
    Linus Torvalds wrote:
    > Btw, somebody should tell the Oracle Endpoint people to get their target
    > client to support the 6-byte version too, no? Anybody who knows that team?

    At least OS X doesn't complain. I haven't tested Linux-to-Linux yet ---
    but that's what Endpoint was obviously written for in the first place,
    potentially with multiple 1394 cards on the target and multiple
    concurrent initiators. Manish Singh is the author; he will get feedback
    from me. I think he was around at linux1394-devel occasionally.
    BTW, Endpoint could be reused to build a transport driver for the
    upcoming generic SCSI target framework.
    svn co http://oss.oracle.com/projects/endpoint/src/
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    Stefan Richter
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