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Mon Mar 20 13:36:52 UTC 2006
Duncan Lithgow wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-03-19 at 17:01 -0500, Bill Marcum wrote:
>> You can use dpkg -S to find the package name for a file. Also,
>> /usr/share/doc contains a subdirectory for each installed package.
>> $ ls -d /usr/share/doc/*print
> thanks, but here's the output:
> duncan at ubuntu:~$ ls -d /dev/raw1394
> duncan at ubuntu:~$
> so that's not very helpful this time.
Well, you've been talking about two different problems. As was pointed out,
raw1394 may be a udev problem, or it may be the driver for the raw1394
device. You need to establish what module is used for the driver - and
again udev is involved there. See the code in /etc/acpi/prepare.sh (from
acpi-support) for how to figure out what modules are associated with which
devices (not that this is ACPI related - it's just the one place I know
where that code exists).
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