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Re: [vox-tech] ieee 1394



I have a little bit of experience with firewire under Linux. I have a
Cannon Optura PI and a DLink (forgot the model) ieee1394 card. I load the
raw1394 and video1394 modules, and that seems to work. I use devfs, and
the device appears as /dev/raw1394, I believe. I have had luck with dvgrab
dvcont (or dtcont--I'm at work right now, so I can't remember the exact
name of the program).

I'm planning to sample the Maddog talk using these tools (though I'll have
to do titles in Premiere--oh well), then dump to DVD.

PS: Has anyone burned a DVD using Linux? I am interested in any DVD
authoring tools that may be available.

On Mon, 19 Aug 2002, Kai Harris wrote:

> I recently bought a pci firewire adaptor (www.firewiredirect.com) and
> have been unable to get it working properly in linux.  This card has
> been rated 'very good' by the folks over at linux1394.org.
>
> I've got an iPod and am trying to get it to work with the iPod plugin
> for xTunes (www.tex9.com).  I haven't gotten xTunes to work quite right
> yet either, but I am most worried right now about getting firewire
> working under linux.  Does anybody have experience with firewire in Linux?
>
> My kernel is 2.4.19-r7.  I have compiled in support for ieee1394
> support, ohci 1394 support, sbp2 support, and raw ieee1394 support as
> per the xtunes ipod plugin installation page
> (www.tex9.com/docs/plugin-install.php).
>
> My ipod is recognized, but the SBP2 module times out trying to access
> it.  Here is the relevant output from dmesg:
>
> ohci1394: $Revision: 1.101 $ Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org>
> ohci1394_0: OHCI-1394 1.1 (PCI): IRQ=[11]  MMIO=[e1024000-e1024800]  Max
> Packet=[2048]
> ieee1394: Host added: Node[00:1023]  GUID[0001560000000a26]  [Linux
> OHCI-1394]
> ieee1394: NodeMgr: hotplug policy returned -2
> ieee1394: Device added: Node[01:1023]  GUID[000a270002046c8f]  [Apple
> Computer, Inc.]
> ieee1394: sbp2: Error logging into SBP-2 device - login timed-out
> ieee1394: sbp2: sbp2_login_device failed
> scsi1 : IEEE-1394 SBP-2 protocol driver (host: ohci1394)
> SBP-2 module load options:
> - Max speed supported: S400
> - Max sectors per I/O supported: 255
> - Max outstanding commands supported: 8
> - Max outstanding commands per lun supported: 1
> - Serialized I/O (debug): no
>
>
> This is how i'm loading the modules:
>
> # modprobe sd_mod
> # modprobe ieee1394
> # modprobe ohci1394
> # modprobe sbp2
> #
>
> In addition to the documentation at the Tex9 site, www.linux1394.org has
> quite a bit of documentation and archived mailing lists.  I have gone
> through their installation instructions thoroughly and have not been
> able to come up with an answer.  From what I understand, firewire
> devices usually show up as /dev/sda or dev/sdb.  However, neither of
> these devices is showing up (probably because the SBP2 module isn't
> loading correctly).
>
> Anybody have success using firewire devices under linux?  Any
> suggestions about what to do?
>
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