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Date:      Mon, 23 Jul 2012 11:58:37 -1000
From:      Al Plant <>
Cc:        Wojciech Puchar <>, "" <>
Subject:   Re: usb identity issue (adds more info)
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Al Plant wrote:
> Wojciech Puchar wrote:
>>> I am having problem getting usb plug in /flash drive to come up on 
>>> FreeBSD * several boxes with different versions of FreeBSB os I have 
>>> 3 boxes for testing here at my shop.
>> maybe it's late but i cannot really understand what you mean.
>> what problems? Attach kernel output messages please.
> Woj...
> The thumb/flash drive is showing in the dmesg as ad1 but it is not 
> available to use. It appears the IRQ is blocked by something else. 
> Either a IOMEGA /zip drive or the fd0. I tried 3 different computers to 
> test and only one works if nothing else (/dev like fd0 or /zip drive is 
> hooked up on the mobo.
> One of the techs I work with thinks a lot of mobo's have the same 
> problem when you have more than one outside /dev is attached.
> /Zip and /fd0 work but not /Zip if /flash is attached or plugged in.
> For example on the last computer I have tried one of 5 on an atm circuit:
> The dmesg shows only fd0 normal. The USB0 USB1 and USB2 shows 1> USB3 
> all connected to a hub on the mobo but only a double USB is physically 
> useable and hooked to the board. (no way to read any ad* or da* USB). 
> ad0 is the hd on the box.
> orm0 shows the IOMEGA as isa0 connected with vpI0 (parallel) da0s4.

> da1 for /flash is posted on dmesg by the computer but you cant read the files on the 
/flash from the screen as you can from /floppy or from /zip .

> The other 2 computers I tested on are for hardware bench tests and not 

> on any network.
> Thanks for your help.
> ~Al Plant - Honolulu, Hawaii -  Phone:  808-284-2740
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