Thank you Mike,
That is exactly what I needed to know.
I will mount them directly with a diversion script and edit the user config file of samba
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Objet : Re: [nslu2-general] 2 ext3 formatted drives on usb hub on port1 using unslung 6.8
The wiki is the definitive reference on the behavior of the Linksys R63 firmware. There's even a page dedicated to the out-of-the-box disk and partition support for that firmware somewhere on http://www.nslu2- linux.org/
It is *NOT* possible to have more than a single natively-formatted ext3 device per USB port with the Linksys firmware. Since Unslung is based on that firmware, it too suffers from the limitations of that firmware.
In terms of work-arounds, if you are willing to arrange to mount the partitions and handle the shares (i.e. Samba configuration) yourself, the device can handle multiple ext3 (but not *natively-formatted * ext3 -- see the wiki for how the Linksys firmware defines *natively-formatted *) drives on a hub on Port 1.
> I have been reading the wiki and the different posts for information on
> connecting 2 ext3 drives on a hub thru port 1 and it seemed that it is
> not possible to have more than 2 ext3 drive per port using linksys
> frimware. Is this still the case if I use unslung 6.8? Or is there a
> work around?
> Thank you
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