On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 1:42 PM, Alain Knaff <alain(a)knaff.lu> wrote:
On 09/12/09 11:29, Jens Breuer wrote:
I recently wanted to download the current udpcast-kernel .config but
the link on the Homepage returns 404 for me:
It's now up.
Thank you. :)
I wanted to test some stuff with a USB-Memory-Stick but
I could not manage to mount the filesystem (fat32) on the stick. I did
not even see messages in dmesg regarding the stick being connected. I
tried to test with a nonmodified udpcast-cd-image.
And, what was the outcome?
The stick has not been recognized by the kernel, I
think. At least
nothing showed up in the logs and "fdisk -l" did not show anything.
Yes, that is not really helpful information but I will test more and
share my results with you.
I fear that
this problem is not related to udpcast-framework but
rather related to missing kernel or other framework features. However,
after googling I am still none the wiser. I hope that someone can show
me the right direction on where to investigate, so I can have full
It more looks like a problem with the USB chipset module (uhci-hcd) than
the VFAT or fat32 module
Ok, I am going to investigate things from this point of
view first. I
had the feeling that I needed something like hotplug or related stuff.
However, I am not a Kernel-Guru so I depend on the expertise of people
who know more than I do and hopefully you put me into the right
Thanks & Regards