kern/55094: Intel USB 2.0 unrecognized (partial patch provided)
b.j.casavant at ieee.org
Fri Aug 8 20:27:36 PDT 2003
Sorry for the incredibly late response. General busyness you know.
On Thu, 31 Jul 2003, Craig Boston wrote:
> If it's the USB 2.0 controller that's isn't being detected, shouldn't ehci by
> patched instead of uhci...? You may want to give the attached, completely
> untested, patch a try. I.e. it compiles on my box, but I don't have any
> hardware to actually test it on yet. Might theoretically work depending on
> how closely Intel followed the EHCI spec. Note that the patch includes
> entries for both the DB and EB variants of the chip.
You are of course correct sir. See below.
> I'm not sure why the code to pick up generic EHCI devices didn't find it
Ignorance mostly. This being the first machine I've ever had with USB
on it, I wasn't aware that USB 2.0 was handled by EHCI instead of the
OHCI or UHCI drivers (EHCI doesn't appear in the NOTES file and I
didn't think to make LINT until just a few minutes ago). Once I
configured EHCI into the kernel all was well, and with your patch
it works swimmingly since it's even identified precisely.
So I for one can confirm that the patch you gave does indeed work.
Now if only I had the cash to buy a USB device to plug into the PC...
Brent Casavant http://www.angeltread.org/
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