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    SubjectRe: Enable CONFIG_USB_SUSPEND by default or some mobile HD can't be unplugged safely
    On Fri, Jan 02, 2009 at 10:51:05 -0500, Mark Lord wrote:
    > Mark Lord wrote:


    >> Incidently, the WD Passport drives support SG_IO,
    >> so things like hdparm and smartctl can work with them as well.
    > ..
    > s/SG_IO/SG_IO+SAT/

    The issue I noticed with the WD Passport drives is that the hard disk
    won't spin down with /usr/bin/eject, which is used by HAL if the user
    ejects the device (i.e. via his desktop environment). The WD Passport
    drives need to be set into a sleep power condition. Something
    like "sg_start --pc=3 /dev/sdX" needs to be used in this case.

    I just checked hdparm -Y, and this works too.


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