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Wed Jun 14 13:03:45 UTC 2006
Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> On Monday 12 June 2006 21:39, Ulrich Spoerlein wrote:
> > Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> > > UPLCOM_INTR_INTERVAL
> > I have such a device and am using it. The question is, what is that
> > option supposed to do?
> It sets how often the USB host controller should query the USB device for an
> interrupt packet.
I might be making a fool out of myself, but how come you have to query
for an interrupt? Shouldn't and interrupt fire itself? Besides, since
this is used for serial devices (<=115200 bit/s) where's the point in
> Could you have done some testing of the new driver? Maybe not right now, but
> in one or two weeks. I will provide you with a nice tarball, that you can
> install on FreeBSD 6/7.
Sure thing, just post patches to the usual mailing lists or email me
Btw, do you know if the NetBSD folks are interested in your USB stack? I
think it's a shame if we get three (four) BSDs with three different USB
stacks. There are already too few people working on it ...
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