does anyone know how to unlock a hdd via ide-over-usb?
see the following command, the kernel flag is definitely compiled in, but hdparm seems to not recognize. Probably this is related to the fact that the HDD is connected via a USB case and therefore is a scsi disk for the OS - is this correct? Any workarround? I already tried blktool out of the gkernel project or sdparm but both seem to lack the ability of sending ATA security commands (e.g. --security-unlock)
gbox / # gunzip </proc/config.gz |grep -i task_ioctl;hdparm --security-unlock pass /dev/sdb
Issuing SECURITY_UNLOCK command, password="pass", user=master
The running kernel lacks CONFIG_IDE_TASK_IOCTL support
SECURITY_UNLOCK: Invalid argument