On Fri, May 23, 2003 at 09:22:44AM +0200, Andries.Brouwer@cwi.nl wrote:
> In the old days, ancient scsi devices understood 6-byte commands
> and more recent ones also understood 10-byte commands.
> Thus, we had a "ten" flag indicating that 10-byte commands worked.
> These days, especially for usb-storage devices, the opposite
> sometimes holds - 10-byte commands are supported, but 6-byte commands
> are not.
> The patch below changes the field ten into the pair of fields
> use_10_for_rw, use_10_for_ms set initially when the driver
> thinks these are supported. Ifthe device returns ILLEGAL_REQUEST
> they are cleared.
> This patch obsoletes a large amount of code in usb-storage,
> and not only that, once the subsequent patch removes all this
> usb-storage code many devices will work that hang today.
Any idea when you'll submit that patch to usb-storage?
Do you perhaps just want to send what you have to me for integration?
-- Matthew Dharm Home: firstname.lastname@example.org Maintainer, Linux USB Mass Storage Driver
Sir, for the hundreth time, we do NOT carry 600-round boxes of belt-fed suction darts! -- Salesperson to Greg User Friendly, 12/30/1997
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Sun Jun 15 2003 - 22:00:19 EST