Verizon V620 wireless card
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Mon Feb 5 16:17:48 UTC 2007
[Adding usb@ to CC list.]
On Monday 05 February 2007 09:44, Greg Troxel wrote:
> I added the vendor ids to NetBSD's usbdevs and ugensa(4). (ugensa is
> similar to (and I think the ancestor of) FreeBSD's ubsa.)
> Can you explain the UQ_ASSUME_CM_OVER_DATA quirk? I couldn't find it
> showing up in ubsa or ucom, so I don't understand what it does (and if
> anything odd should be done by NetBSD).
I don't know what it does exactly. The comment in usb_quirks.h just
says "modem device breaks on cm over data". I do know that it's needed for a
lot of cellphone and modem-type usb devices (including my Samsung VI660
(anyone feel like committing usb/74880?)). I tried my V620 with the ubsa
patch but without the quirk and it didn't work at all.
> About the stall: see the following log entry in usbdevs:
> Revision 1.254 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Feb 19
> 14:48:02 2006 UTC (11 months, 2 weeks ago) by iedowse Branch: MAIN
> Changes since 1.253: +1 -0 lines
> Diff to previous 1.253 (colored)
> Add a UQ_OPEN_CLEARSTALL quirk for devices that need a clear-stall
> operation when a pipe is opened, and add an entry for the ST Micro
> biometric CPU.
It doesn't look like this was ever MFC'ed. Who should I bug to get that taken
care of? If I can test it and it takes care of the error messages then I'll
add it to my patch and submit a PR.
Funny coincidence. It looks like kern/106033 (the PR that led me down the ubsa
path to begin with) was committed a few hours before my message yesterday.
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