Michael E. Mercer
mmercer at nc.rr.com
Sat Mar 27 16:00:06 PST 2004
I am running 4.9-Stable. I do not see EHCI in the LINT file and config
on a kernel config file says unknown ehci device.
Michael E Mercer
On Sat, 2004-03-27 at 18:53, Julian Elischer wrote:
> Julian Elischer wrote:
> > I have the same Lexar Jumpdrive and it seems to work for me on an Asus
> > P4PE
> > with intel EHCI driver, as long as I plug it in AFTER booting.
> > however:
> > It hangs if I have the drive in during boot.
> > It doesn't seem to give me the speed I get on another system
> > BTW the speeds are:
> > low speed (1.5Mb/Sec)
> > full speed (12Mb/sec)
> > high speed (480Mb/sec)
> > I'm working on the USB code at the moment so I'm hoping to gete it fixed.
> I forgot to say that you need to configure the EHCI driver into our kernel
> or you can not get USB2.
> I notice it is not in your kernel dmesg..
> > -- original message:
> > Hello,
> >> I have an ASUS P4C-800-E Deluxe Motherboard, P4 3.0GHz processor with
> >> builtin
> >> USB 2.0 controllers.
> >> I am having a problem with the Lexar Media JumpDrive 2.0 Pro 256M
> >> memory keystick.
> >> usbd nevers sees it. I finally went into BIOS and set the Speed for
> >> the USB
> >> 2.0 Controller to FullSpeed (maybe HighSpeed, in whatever case its
> >> 12MBps as
> >> opposed to 240MBps). When setting it to 12MBps, usbd sees the drive and
> >> attaches it. Setting the speed to higher, usbd does NOT attach it.
> > I don't know how the Bios is connecte with this...
> >> Also NOTE: I have a SIIG SlimHub 2.0 4 ports, that I can not attach my
> >> JumpDrive too. I must set the speed to 12MBps and attach it directly to a
> >> port on my PC to get it to see it.
> >> Any help in this would be appreciated.
> >> Thanks! Michael E. Mercer
> >> My system is the latest 4.9-Stable build as of yesterday.
> > I committed some relevant stuff yesterday. make sure you have that..
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