On 05/24/2012 07:57 PM, Tod D. Ihde wrote: > Gerrit, > > If it worked before, I recommend rebooting, and trying an earlier kernel > (from the GRUB boot menu). There aren't any earlier kernels. :) > > You'd be amazed at how often kernel upgrades break USB stuff. :-/ It worked with an old install (10.04), the new install (12.04) is from scratch, OS and everything else. Every few years I do it that way to clean out all the junk that has accumulated over time. The usual way is to buy a new drive to install on and put the old system drive away for a while to have a fallback in case I run into something that can't be fixed. So far 'opencbm' is the only software I couldn't get to work and where I have no idea about why that is. Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-05-24 19:00:05
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