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dr_zayus69 03-24-2005 06:23 AM

how to find out if your kernel has support for firewire
 
Hi im trying to find out if i would be able to conect my canon zr 60 to my computer running fedora core 2. I have a firewire to connect it and a firewire port. Can i use lsmod to see if i have support for 1394? if so what am i looking for in the output?

jaws_tas 03-24-2005 06:48 AM

If you have firewire correctly configured as kernel modules, lsmod should output similar to these lines (somewhere in the output):

ohci1394 35033 0
ieee1394 302869 2 ohci1394,sbp2

(This would be for 2.6 kernels but its probably not too different for 2.4 kernels).


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