Tracking the open USB2 issues?
alfred at freebsd.org
Thu Dec 25 00:37:10 UTC 2008
* Giorgos Keramidas <keramida at freebsd.org> [081224 16:33] wrote:
> Just picking one random email in the usb threads to reply to...
> Do we keep a list of open issues with the new USB stack somewhere?
> Should we record the ones reported in -current somewhere, so they don't
> get lost? A simple plain text file like src/UPDATING may be enough to
> keep a log of the already reported issues. A special 'usb' category of
> PRs in Gnats may be ok too. Anything that makes it easy to go through a
> list of reported problems, check how many of them are fixed, and export
> a list of stuff that we should fix later is going to be immensely useful
> when we get very near 8.0-RELEASE.
Let's do a gnats catagory.
Anything special I have to do to add a "newusb" catagory?
> On Wed, 24 Dec 2008 21:53:30 +0000, Bruce Cran <bruce at cran.org.uk> wrote:
> > I've found a few issues when testing my OpenMoko phone with the
> > new stack.
> > I know this has already been reported
> > (http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-usb/2008-September/005462.html)
> > but I'd expect that loading usb2_ethernet_cdce would make the phone
> > attach as a CDCE device, but it still attaches using ugen. I don't
> > know if this is possible but could the usb stack automatically use
> > config 1 when it attaches, knowing that RNDIS (config 0) isn't
> > supported yet?
> > I also noticed that usbconfig(8) refers to usb2_core(4) which doesn't
> > exist.
> > Something strange is going on with one of my USB ports. A CSR
> > Bluetooth dongle gets detected, but nothing else plugged in does.
> > usbconfig list:
> > [...]
> > ugen2.1: <OHCI root HUB ATI> at usbus2, cfg=0 md=HOST spd=FULL (12Mbps)
> > pwr=ON
> > [...]
> > ugen2.2: <Bluetooth USB dongle Cambridge Silicon Radio> at usbus2,
> > cfg=0 md=HOST spd=FULL (12Mbps) pwr=ON
> > Could this be because the CSR device is a FULL-speed device but
> > everything else I have (a Broadcom EDR dongle, flash drive and an
> > OpenMoko phone) are all HIGH-speed devices?
> > If usbconfig needs root privileges to work, it should say so. It
> > currently reports "No device match" when it should probably say that
> > the current user isn't root, to avoid confusion.
> > Should usbconfig(8) document the commands?
> > Finally, ugen devices don't report being unplugged - I'd expect to be
> > told that the device has gone away.
- Alfred Perlstein
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