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, "jeepluva" <jeepluva@...> wrote:
> I've updated the Wiki with the additional info, but I'm not sure what
> you mean by syncronizing the other pages.
Well, what I mean is, the uNSLUng-specific page FAQ/UsingAUSBHub says
"Linksys v2.3R63 and above allows multiple FAT32/NTFS drives attached
to port 1 using a USB hub. You are only allowed 1 Ext2/3 drive per
port however", which is obviously wrong, since you're using 2 Ext3
drives in one port. So this page needs updating. But at the same time,
the firmware-invariant page FAQ/USBHubs says "Unslung firmware up to
and including 5.5 is not able to make use of more than 2 drives at any
one time", but doesn't mention that newer uNSLUng versions can handle
it. That page also has an outdated list of tested USB hubs. Perhaps
you could update those pages to reflect your uNSLUng findings, and add
the USB hub you're using to the list of tested USB hubs? I think the
wiki is sending mixed messages in its current state. I'd fix it
instead of just whining, but I have no experience of USB hubs (or
> I certaintly think that this warrants its own wiki. It was very
> difficult for a non-linux user like myself to find these answers.
Still, though, all you've really done is uNSLUng to a disk the normal
way, and then connected two other disks using a USB hub, right? To
which answers in particular are you referring?