Actually, device IDs are handed out by the SCSI mid-layer. The low-level
drivers don't even have an easy way to figure it out.
On Thu, Jan 10, 2002 at 04:33:22PM -0600, Timothy Covell wrote:
> On Thursday 10 January 2002 15:35, Matthew Dharm wrote:
> > The "stall at shutdown" is a known problem. I'm testing a patch now...=
> > soon as I see my last patchset incorporated into the kernels, I'll send=
> > out for inclusion.
> > As for the USB device "hiding" your SCSI device... how odd. I've never
> > heard of that before.
> > Matt
> Does it hide your SCSI device or just shift the SCSI IDs such that
> /dev/scd0 becomes /dev/scd1? =20
> And that brings up a question concerning whether there is a defined
> way of assigning SCSI IDs. I'm assume that it's "every driver for
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