usb/110988: [patch] Handling of quirk IGNORE_RESIDUE is umass.c
Hans Petter Selasky
hselasky at c2i.net
Fri Apr 6 15:44:30 UTC 2007
On Friday 06 April 2007 16:56, grem wrote:
> Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> > On Wednesday 04 April 2007 16:09, grem wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> is there any way to get this into the source tree?
> > Yes, I can take this patch into the P4 tree if you change it a little
> > bit.
> > I want this invalid residue detection to be all automatic:
> > If the first residue you get is invalid, then it should use the USB
> > transfer counts for residue for the rest of the lifetime of the device.
> > Else it should use the standard invalid residue check.
> > --HPS
> Imho we should support both, so that devices which are so broken that we
> can't detect the invalid residue (like I tried to point out before) still
> have the quirk so force it manually.
Ok, no problem, but like Alexander Leidinger pointed out, the current flag
does not do anything, and should be removed from a couple of devices.
> Can you do the autodetection on your own or do you want me to do the change
> to the patch and repost it so you can review? I have only one broken USB
> device, so if anyone out there has access to more it would be extremely
I can make a patch for this, and send it to you for testing, during the next
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