SA60XX philips auidio player not recognized

Bug #186500 reported by pinguman13 on 2008-01-28
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Bug Description

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingRemovableDevices

I followed the steps in the page above

and this this what prints out:

daniel@GraceUponGrace:~$ id
uid=1000(daniel) gid=1000(daniel) grupos=4(adm),20(dialout),24(cdrom),25(floppy),29(audio),30(dip),44(video),46(plugdev),104(scanner),108(lpadmin),110(admin),115(netdev),117(powerdev),1000(daniel)
daniel@GraceUponGrace:~$ id hal
id: hal: No existe ese usuario
daniel@GraceUponGrace:~$ id hal
id: hal: No existe ese usuario
daniel@GraceUponGrace:~$ idhaldaemon
bash: idhaldaemon: orden no encontrada
daniel@GraceUponGrace:~$ uname -a
Linux GraceUponGrace 2.6.22-14-generic #1 SMP Tue Dec 18 08:02:57 UTC 2007 i686 GNU/Linux
daniel@GraceUponGrace:~$

pinguman13 (fantasi-a2000) wrote :
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when i try the second thing on that page this is what prints:

6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:355 read sbbuf len:0x800
6221: 20:57:34.087: ntfs.c:108 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x0(0), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.087: cramfs.c:48 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x0(0), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.087: romfs.c:40 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x0(0), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.087: hpfs.c:41 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x2000(8192), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:355 read sbbuf len:0x2200
6221: 20:57:34.087: sysv.c:98 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x200(512), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x400(1024), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:355 read sbbuf len:0x600
6221: 20:57:34.087: minix.c:73 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.087: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x400(1024), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.088: util.c:355 read sbbuf len:0x600
6221: 20:57:34.088: ocfs.c:135 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.088: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x0(0), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.088: ocfs.c:173 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.088: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x400(1024), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.088: util.c:355 read sbbuf len:0x600
6221: 20:57:34.088: vxfs.c:40 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.088: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x200(512), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.088: squashfs.c:39 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.088: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x200(512), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.088: netware.c:85 probing at offset 0x0
6221: 20:57:34.088: util.c:342 get buffer off 0x1000(4096), len 0x200
6221: 20:57:34.088: util.c:355 read sbbuf len:0x1200
[6221]: 20:57:34.088 [I] probe-volume.c:674: volume_id_probe_all returned -1
[6221]: 20:57:34.088 [I] probe-volume.c:746: Loading part table
[6221]: 20:57:34.088 [I] partutil.c:422: lseek failed (Invalid argument)
[6221]: 20:57:34.088 [I] partutil.c:860: MSDOS partition table detected
[6221]: 20:57:34.089 [I] probe-volume.c:752: Looking at part table
[6221]: 20:57:34.089 [I] probe-volume.c:825: Done looking at part table
20:57:34.092 [I] hald_dbus.c:1240: volume.block_size -> 512
20:57:34.092 [I] hald_dbus.c:1248: volume.size -> 1024
20:57:34.092 [I] hald_dbus.c:1232: info.product -> Volume
20:57:34.094 [I] blockdev.c:364: entering; exit_type=0, return_code=0
20:57:34.101 [E] device_info.c:272: Could not resolve keypath '@input.originating_device:info.linux.driver' on udi 'atkbd'
20:57:34.101 [E] device_info.c:272: Could not resolve keypath '@input.originating_device:info.linux.driver' on udi 'atkbd'
20:57:34.101 [E] device_info.c:272: Could not resolve keypath '@input.originating_device:info.linux.driver' on udi 'atkbd'
20:57:34.101 [E] device_info.c:272: Could not resolve keypath '@input.originating_device:info.linux.driver' on udi 'atkbd'
20:57:34.102 [I] blockdev.c:127: Add callouts completed udi=/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_part2_size_1024
20:57:34.102 [I] hald.c:103: Added device to GDL; udi=/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_part2_size_1024
20:57:34.103 [I] coldplug.c:213: pool_num_freed = 79...

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