USB Flash Drive not recognised at boot; works fine in Haiku
|Reported by:||casm||Owned by:||nobody|
|Keywords:||WebDT Geode USB||Cc:|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
I have a 1GB no-name USB flash drive that I use for booting experimental OSes on my WebDT 366 (Geode). If I `dd' a bootable ISO image (say, PuppyLinux 4.3.1 for this device from http://bit.ly/7Qz4rv) to it and boot with the flash drive connected either directly or via a USB hub to the WebDT, the OS boots from the USB drive without issue.
Using the same method to boot Haiku (from a nightly or release image) fails. However, under the installed version of Haiku on the same hardware platform, I can insert the flash drive and Haiku recognises and automounts it.
syslog and `listusb' output is attached. The flash drive in question is the device named "SMI CORPORATION" "USB DISK'.
Change History (5)
follow-up: 2 comment:1 by , 10 years ago
|Component:||Drivers/USB → System/Boot Loader|