Re: puppy error on Unslung 6.8 Beta
- Hi Trevor,
thanks for your suggestions. I eventually figured out that it was the
USB drive I had unslung to that was causing the problem. It must have
been disrupting the traffic going to my Topfield, because once I used
a different USB mass storage storage device, all was fine.
Also, thanks for the MPEG streamclip, but I think that's for Windoze
only. I evicted Bill Gates from my household over two years ago, and
he ain't coming back in! :)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Trevor Hancock
> Hi Bill,
> I use the NSLU2 for access to my Topfield.
> The problem I had was that there would be some error part way through
> copying a 6GB file and I would have to start again,
> From the command you issue I think you don't need the backslash before
> I now use FtpdTopfield, instead of puppy, a gui is easier to use than
> command line.
> I use Filezilla on the PC, it retries if there is an error and allows
> resuming a file copy.
> as a side note.
> I remove the commercials with MPEG_streamclip. It works with the
> and allows you to save as a .rec file so you can copy it back to the
> Toppy and
> watch it in peace. The Topfield has to be the best piece of consumer
> I have bought in recent years, and the only reason I bought two NSLU2s
> bellthorpeb wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've just bought myself an NSLU2, with the sole intention of getting
> > it to communicate to my Topfield, via puppy.
> > I have unslung it to a 160GB disk on Port 1 (apparently using Port 2
> > for the Topfield is best). I have ipkg installed openssh and puppy,
> > and nothing else.
> > All has gone well, except the puppy application gives runtime errors.
> > I issue the following command and get the response:
> > #/opt/bin/puppy -c dir '\DataFiles'
> > error 71 reading from bulk endpoint 0x82: Protocol error
> > I have successfully used puppy with my Topfield, from a PC running
> > Ubuntu, with no problems.
> > I can only find one reference similar to this on google/toppy forum,
> > but there was no conclusion. Has anyone seen this before?
> > Should I try a different NLSU O/S?
> > Any/all help very much appreciated.
> > thanks,
> > Billy