#1 ifp exhibits unusual uploading behavior on Mandrake 10.0

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nobody
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5
2004-11-04
2004-04-27
Tom Parker
No

I recently upgraded from Mandrake 9.2 to 10.0 and found
some unusual behavior uploading files with ifp
(ifp-395T). The first file or directory will upload
fine, subsequent uploads are unsuccessful. If you
unplug and replug the device, you're allowed another
upload. Everything else works fine...

Mandrake 9.2
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kernel 2.4.22-26mdk
libusb0.1_4-static-devel-0.1.7-1mdk
libusb0.1_4-devel-0.1.7-1mdk
libusb0.1_4-0.1.7-1mdk

Mandrake 10.0 (oh no!)
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kernel 2.6.3-7mdk
libusb0.1_4-static-devel-0.1.7-1mdk
libusb0.1_4-devel-0.1.7-1mdk
libusb0.1_4-0.1.7-1mdk

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I Confirm the trouble with Mdk 10.0 (kernel 2.6.3-9mdk) with an
    ifp-180T, it works fine with several files but fail before
    the end.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I Confirm the trouble with Mdk 10.0 (kernel 2.6.3-9mdk) with an
    ifp-180T, it works fine with several files but fail before
    the end.

     
  • Albert Schueller

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    user_id=1048365

    I will second this bug on Fedora Core 2. I have been using
    ifp quite successfully under Fedora Core 1 with the Midnight
    Commander interface. When I upgraded to FC2 yesterday, I
    started seeing the same behavior. During a directory copy,
    after a couple of files, mc will throw up an error box
    saying something like:

    Cannot close target file...

    It is able to upload a few files. Unplugging and replugging
    the unit from the usb port seems to reset it for a bit, but
    not long. I'm using ifp-2.4 with an IFP-390T.

    Version Info:
    kernel-2.6.5
    usbutils-0.11-4
    libusb-0.1.8-2.1
    libusb-devel-0.1.8-2.1

    Also from /var/log/messages:

    May 24 08:39:55 amiga kernel: usb 1-1: new full speed USB
    device using address 2

    When I plug the device in and,

    May 24 08:51:58 amiga kernel: usb 1-1: USB disconnect, address 2

    I suspect some kind of new timeout in the kernel usb stuff.
    Maybe there's a parameter tweak I could do. If you have
    some ideas, I'd be happy to apply some diffs and test it out
    for you.

     
  • Geoff Oakham

    Geoff Oakham - 2004-11-04
    • status: open --> closed-out-of-date
     

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