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  • I love how you can't match both the device name (a string) and the USB IDs in the same rule, because one is SUBSYSTEMS = = "scsi" and the other is SUBSYSTEMS = = "usb".

    LinuxChix aggregator

  • First, the VMX file needs to be modified to change all occurrences of "scsi" to "ide".

    Metasploit

  • SUBSYSTEMS = = "scsi" DRIVERS = = "" looking at parent device

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  • SUBSYSTEMS = = "scsi", ATTRS {model} = = "SAMSUNG SP2504C", SYMLINK+ = 'samsung250'

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  • SUBSYSTEMS = = "scsi", ATTRS {model} = = "SAMSUNG HD320KJ", SYMLINK+ = 'samsung320'

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  • # dmesg | grep 'scsi' reveals: sd 0: 0: 0: 0 Attached scsi generic sg0 type 0 sd 1: 0: 0: 0 Attached scsi generic sg1 type 5

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  • SUBSYSTEMS = = "scsi", ATTRS {vendor} = = "Generic", ATTRS {model} = = "USB SM Reader

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  • SUBSYSTEMS = = "scsi", ATTRS {vendor} = = "Generic", ATTRS {model} = = "USB SD Reader

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  • I scavenged one of our oldest “behemoth” servers (1998 bios hee hee), which is a 4 processor (Intel PII 450 MHz) machine with 2 gigs of ram (good grief) and a DAC960 RAID controller (with 6 x 6 gig scsi drives + 1 spare).

    caleb, freebsd, fedora, google, and the x-prize « Ewan's Corner

  • The machine also has an onboard Symbios Logic scsi controller.

    caleb, freebsd, fedora, google, and the x-prize « Ewan's Corner

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