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Re: Fedora too cutting edge?



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Hans de Goede wrote:
> Jarod Wilson wrote:
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>> Krzysztof Halasa wrote:
>>> Hans de Goede <j w r degoede hhs nl> writes:
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>>>> As for this being fixed, not for my case, as I have a via vt 6306
>>>> controller, which is like, only the most common PC firewire controller
>>>> on the planet.
>>> It should do OHCI 1.1, you may want to take the risk and try the
>>> program. Make sure you have a backup (the GUID and possibly whole
>>> EEPROM data).
>>>
>>> VIA claims both VT6306 and VT6307 are OHCI-1.1 (capable), I just
>>> have no VT6306 to test (actually it seems VT6307 is a cheeper
>>> version, aimed at motherboard manufacturers).
>>
>> Honestly, I'd rather we just figured out what's wrong with the Via
>> chipsets in
>> OHCI 1.0 mode, rather than relying on people flashing their
>> controllers to 1.1
>> mode. I've got a few ideas, hoping to get back to juju hacking shortly...
>>
> 
> I didn't flash my controller, I wanted too, but it turned out it already
> was put in 1.1 by the manufacturer of the card I'm using.
> 
> I'm willing to flash to 1.0 mode to help test IIDC in 1.0 mode though,
> but first let get IIDC working with the card in 1.1 mode :)

I hope to have a rawhide kernel built soonish with some additional bits from
the linux1394 git tree that may solve your iidc problems (and if I'm lucky, a
few other items on my todo list).


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Jarod Wilson
jwilson redhat com

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