cvs commit: src/sys/dev/usb umass.c

Bill Paul wpaul at FreeBSD.ORG
Wed Mar 26 22:30:34 PST 2003

> > > THE USB200M is a USB 2.0 device, which seems to be using an
> > > ASIX Electronics AX88172. The datasheet for this chip is at:
> > > 
> > >
> Nice trick with strings!  Let's hope they don't try to stop this practice
> as the Windows user never sees them and it really helps us.

What also sometimes works is to check the vendor/device IDs in the .INF
files. (This tends to be more effective with PCI devices though.)

> Hehe.  CompUSA is full of tons of these things, all not supported.  I gave
> up and spent the $40 for a USB100TX because I don't have time to work on
> the driver right now.  I'll make you a deal:  if you continue to work on
> the ethernet drivers, I'll work on some more CAM patches.  :)

Sure... if by "CAM patches" you mean "cute, single women who will go
out with me."

Man's got to have his priorities.


-Bill Paul            (510) 749-2329 | Senior Engineer, Master of Unix-Fu
                 wpaul at | Wind River Systems
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