udav: vendor 0x0fe6, product: 0x9700

Luiz Gustavo S. Costa lgcosta at pfsense.org
Fri Jun 10 18:17:46 UTC 2011

Hi Rick,

2011/6/10 Rick van der Zwet <info at rickvanderzwet.nl>:
> On 10 June 2011 14:17, Luiz Gustavo S. Costa <lgcosta at pfsense.org> wrote:
>> I'm trying to add a new product id [1] to the driver udav and am
>> having a little trouble.
>> At first, this is similar to id 0x8180 and there should be no
>> problems, but I still can not get a PHY for it.
> Assuming you mean 0x8181 --looking at your patch-- How do you know
> they have similar chip-sets? Can you get the full interface
> description list for both to see if they have the same endpoints:
>    usbconfig dump_all_config_desc

Yes... I will find here the link that describes this:


>> Can someone help me?
> ...
>>About adapter:
>> [1] http://www.luizgustavo.pro.br/~lgcosta/jp1080/
> Looking at the picture these kind of USB dongles (various chipsets)
> tend to die. I suspect the build quality is not that great. Just
> checking you did check it the device is functioning properly using the
> official (linux) drivers?

Yes, it's a very cheap adapter, can be found on ebay easily.

And yes, he normally works in linux, I am posting a link to the code
and it is observed, the only difference are exactly the entries "id"
of the product.


> Br. /Rick
> --
> http://rickvanderzwet.nl


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