Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 171401
usb cdroms are added to hardware.conf twice
Last modified: 2008-07-17 18:03:09 EDT
Description of problem:
USB CD-ROM is detected twice; extra detection is misconfigred in hardware.conf
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. attach usb cdrom
2. run "redhat-ready discovery"
3. look @ hardware.conf
CDROM N/A(cdrom) hdc(cd-rw,dvd) scd0(cdrom)
CDROM hdc(cd-rw,dvd) scd0(cdrom)
Cause if hwconf includes three entries for CLASS CDROM where only two devices
are present. Specific duplication in this case is...
desc: "TEAC USB CD-ROM 210PU"
usbprod: USB CD-ROM 210PU
desc: "Teac CD-210PU"
Which is the same device; if it helps "usbsubclass: 2" means an MMC-2 device
which in most cases equates to a CD or DVD drive.
has not been validated against rhr2-2.0-3; I want to say in a prior release we
started throwing out any "N/A" devices so this may already be resolved.
rhr2 has been deprecated, closing these remaining bugs as WONTFIX. Future bugs
against the "hts" test suite should be opened agains the "Red Hat Hardware
Certification Program" product selecting either "Test Suite (harness)" or "Test
Suite (tests)" components.