Re: firewire storage solution recommended
Hello "Thomas R. Shemanske" <email@example.com>,
I bought Datafab MD2-FW-USB External 2.5 IDE HDD Enclosure today and
successfully work in my debian notebook.
My question is-- is it possible to use 1394 HUB to connect some 1394
storage device and some Linux servers and make it a 1394-based NAS
environment? Can two Linux servers mount the same 1394 storage device
and access at the same time?
On Wed, 06 Feb 2002 10:31:10 -0500
"Thomas R. Shemanske" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I bought an external 80G combo USB/Firewire drive from APS Tech
> Apparently the drive is a LaCie drive, and the USB firmware is so messed
> up, I have never got it working under USB (although I have lots of other
> USB mass storage devices working just fine). LaCie apparently has no
> interest in supporting Linux.
> On the other hand, I did get it working under firewire, and that works
> just fine in the 2.4. series kernels.
> See http://linux1394.sourceforge.net/start_install.html for starters.
> Patrick Hsieh wrote:
> > Hello list,
> > I am planing to buy a firewire external removeable ide disk.
> > How does currently linux 2.4 kernel support firewire interface?
> > Any firewire removeable ide disk or interface has been proven workable
> > under Linux 2.4?
> > Any recommendations are highly welcome.
Patrick Hsieh <email@example.com>