Re: floppy tape
I gave up on the 2.2 kernels - never got it working properly with them -
played for days with it.
Good news is I have it working with 2.4.x (17 at least)
I scrapped the module and compiled it statically into the kernel and it
Otherwise - just a guess from your kernel but my old modules.conf says,
# Bleeding edge ftape driver from ftape-module
options ftape ft_fdc_driver=ftape-internal,none,none,none
options ftape-internal ft_fdc_base=0x3f0 ft_fdc_irq=6 ft_fdc_dma=2
pre-install ftape-internal /usr/bin/swapout 15
# ftape driver from 2.2 kernel (Comment previous three lines and
uncomment the next one)
# options ftape ft_fdc_rate_limit=1000 ft_fdc_threshold=16
ft_fdc_base=0x360 ft_fdc_irq=9 ft_fdc_dma=
So maybe it's the wrong ftape module you have?
There is no www.ftape.org I guess you mean
Of course I already read those docs, and the docs from the
ftape-doc package, which is almost the same, but it didn't help
to solve my problem. Perhaps you can give me a hint?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Courtney Thomas" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Christian Schoenebeck" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 3:53 PM
Subject: Re: floppy tape
> see -> FAQ, howto, etc.............
> Christian Schoenebeck wrote:
> > I've got problems installing my Iomega Ditto 2GB floppy tape. I
> > install the
> > ftape.o module with ft_fdc_driver=ftape-internal.none,none,none but I
> > always get
> > a "wrong parameter parm_ft_fdc_driver" error.
> > Also I haven't found the ftape-internal.o module which is needed for
> > that, isn't it?
> > I thought I have to recompile the kernel with ftape-internal.o as
> > loadable module
> > but couldn't find an option for that in ther kernel config (I`m using
> > 2.2.19pre17).
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