[Bug 88746] Re: ehci_hcd module causes I/O errors in USB 2.0 devices

David Becker becker.david at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 10 17:35:11 UTC 2008

I also think there's two bugs going on here.

Note however, I also use a WD Passport (320GB) drive (on the SB600, the
nforce, the MSI and Proliants) and never have had this problem. I
transfer large (and many) files to and from the Passport drive and USB
flash media with no problems. It's only with the (Fedora) livecd, so I'm
now guessing that my problem is somewhat different than what's going on

I'm preparing an Ubuntu livecd on USB at the moment. Seems like it works
more-or-less the same as with Fedora, that is, underlying (generic FAT)
filesystem, squashfs base image and some form of overlay for
persistence, although with Ubuntu there's a separate ext3 (casper-rw)
filesystem while Fedora (apparently) stores it's persistence data in an
(loop back mounted) LVM copy-on-write snapshot. So many choices ;-)

Sorry for the confusion/contamination,


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