> Jul 14 10:00:50 localhost kernel: cbm_write: no devices found
> Jul 14 10:00:50 localhost kernel: cbm_write: I/O error
> It seems I have a problem every time I need to write to the disk but not
> when I read information from the disk. So I figure I need to set a
> permission somewhere, can anybody help me out?
Seems you don't have write permissions. As the stock cbm4linux code
contains two different methods for accessing the parallel port we first
have to find out which method you currently use. Please tell us the
output of "uname -a" on your machine.
---> doj / cubic
* On Mon, Jul 18, 2005 at 10:34:42PM +0000 Thomas Jespersen wrote:
> Allright, I can format now with
> cbmctrl command 8 N0:TESTFORMAT,01
Good, this means the driver and the protocol work.
> but d64copy gives me this:
> [root@... ~]# d64copy 1\ Hour\ \(1987\)\(Triad\).d64 8
You do not give any "-t" parameter? This way, the system uses
the IEC bus protocol, which is *very* slow. I would suggest using -ts1
> [Fatal] could not identify devicea
> [Warning] Unknown drive, assuming 1541
What is the output of "cbmctrl detect"?
What kind of drive do you use? Do you have any special ROM inside of
what? What is the output of "cbmctrl reset; cbmctrl status 8"?
Spiro R. Trikaliotis
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