On 07/22/2014 12:18 PM, Aaro Koskinen wrote:Hi,
On Sun, Jul 20, 2014 at 05:50:44AM -0700, Fred wrote:
A recent post mentioned having USB on a U10. I bought a StarTech PCIUSB7I have used DeLock PCI USB/FireWire card successfully on U5/U10 to access
card because it is said to be Linux compatible. With the PCI USB card
installed the U5 flashes the keyboard leds twice and does nothing else.
Stop-a doesn't do anything. It has debian 7.5.0 installed from the
netinstall.iso. Do USB drivers have to be manually installed?
USB and FireWire disks. It works with standard EHCI/UHCI/OHCI drivers.
To my surprise, even the ancient firmware recognized the FireWire but I
have never tried to access it except from Linux.
The StarTech USB card works perfectly in an x86 PC. I have an 8 port PCI serial card that works fine on Solaris 2.6. With this card the U5 boots normally so probably the PCI bus is ok. I will try to find a DeLock USB card.
Thanks for the help.
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