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Posts: 832 | Thanked: 75 times | Joined on Dec 2005 @ Phoenix, AZ
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Code:
hub.c: new USB device 00:10.1-1, assigned address 6
scsi0 : SCSI emulation for USB Mass Storage devices
  Vendor: Nokia     Model: 770               Rev: 0308
  Type:   Direct-Access                      ANSI SCSI revision: 02
WARNING: USB Mass Storage data integrity not assured
USB Mass Storage device found at 6
usb.c: USB disconnect on device 00:10.1-1 address 6
hub.c: connect-debounce failed, port 1 disabled
hub.c: new USB device 00:10.1-1, assigned address 7
usb.c: USB device 7 (vend/prod 0x421/0x105) is not claimed by any active driver.
That's my dmesg - first when it was a USB host it was recognized, but then when powered off it is not and disconnects. Following that:

Code:
coffin nokia # ./flasher -F Nokia_770_0.2005.45-8.bin -f -R --enable-usb-host-mode  --enable-rd-mode
Found image 2nd (length 8576)
Found image secondary (length 79360)
Found image xloader (length 13824)
Found image initfs (length 1567360)
Found image kernel (length 1481728)
Found image rootfs (length 57540608)
Unable to enumerate USB buses!
The box is an x86 running Gentoo 2005.1 or thereabouts. Weird, huh?

oh hey - I am documenting my Nokia 770 experience. -http://thoughtfix.blogspot.com
 
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So I put about 4 hours of work total into it.
Played with drivers and modules.
Tried different ports.
And still nothing.
Lovely.
 
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#3
Which means?

Great blog, BTW. Bookmarked.

- live via free 770 @ NYPL.
 
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#4
Thanks for the compliment - I'll try to keep it up with as many cool neat hacks I can.

I still have had no luck with the flasher. Same error
 
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When I get back from Reno, I'll try it with a LiveCD of a different distro. Could be Gentoo's fault or my motherboard's... It's a Via EPIA ME6000
 
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#6
All that stuff is Martian to me.

-- Live, et al.
 
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In case anyone looks for this thread in future:
I solved it by using a Fedora Core virtual machine and VMWare. I suppose a Ubuntu LiveCD would work just as well. I never did actually fix it in Gentoo.
 
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