On Mon, Feb 06, 2006 at 11:02:13PM -0600, Jacob S wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > Hello List, > > I just upgraded Sid to the latest packages today. I also got my usbkey > back from warranty repair by the manufacturer. > > I have tested the key in OS X on an iBook and it works great. However, > when I plug it into my Debian Sid box, syslog fills up with the > following errors: > > Feb 6 14:43:45 jacob kernel: usb-storage: device scan complete > Feb 6 14:43:45 jacob kernel: ioctl_internal_command: <4 0 0 0> return > code = 8000002 > Feb 6 14:43:45 jacob kernel: : Current: sense key: No Sense > Feb 6 14:43:45 jacob kernel: Additional sense: No additional sense > information > Feb 6 14:43:45 jacob kernel: ioctl_internal_command: <4 0 0 0> return > code = 8000002 > Feb 6 14:43:45 jacob kernel: : Current: sense key: No Sense > Feb 6 14:43:45 jacob kernel: Additional sense: No additional > sense information > Feb 6 14:43:47 jacob kernel: ioctl_internal_command: > <4 0 0 0> return code = 8000002 This is suspicious, as it looks like your device is either damaged, or out of spec. Can you recompile your kernel to turn on verbose USB debugging? > I'm using a 2.6.12-1-k7 kernel. I tried restarting udev and eventually > even rebooted (yes, I know that shouldn't be needed). I also made sure > I didn't have any udev rules in my rules.local file that would be > affecting it. > > A google search of this problem on lists.debian.org comes up empty. > Searching the whole web for this problem comes up with more than a > dozen hits of a single guy reporting this problem to the linux kernel > e-mail list in May 2005 with no replies. > > Anyone have some clues how I might be able to fix this? It looks like a device problem. You'd need to turn on debugging (I recommend both USB and SCSI) to get a better feel for what is failing. When turned on, verbose USB debugging output will tell me what commands are being sent to the device, and how it is responding to them. John S.
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