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    SubjectRe: 2.6.10 and speedtouch usb
    Serge Tchesmeli wrote:
    > Le Lundi 27 Décembre 2004 14:25, Andrew Benton a écrit :
    >>Serge Tchesmeli wrote:
    >>>i have try the new kernel 2.6.10, compil with exactly the same option
    >>>from my 2.6.9 (i have copied the .config) but i notice a high load on my
    >>>machine, and i see that was syslogd.
    >>>So, i look at my log and see:
    >>>Dec 26 19:40:44 gateway last message repeated 137 times
    >>>Dec 26 19:40:46 gateway kernel: usb 2-1: events/0 timed out on ep0in
    >>>Dec 26 19:40:46 gateway kernel: SpeedTouch: Error -110 fetching device
    >>>status Dec 26 19:40:46 gateway kernel: usb 2-1: modem_run timed out on
    >>>ep0in Dec 26 19:40:46 gateway kernel: usb 2-1: usbfs: USBDEVFS_CONTROL
    >>>failed cmd modem_run rqt 192 rq 18 len 8 ret -110
    >>Are you using the kernel or userspace driver?
    > I'm using the kernel speedtouch driver.
    Well it looks like modem_run is giving you problems. If you want you could do
    without it and let the kernel load the firmware itself. To try this you will
    need to prepare the firmware by splitting it into two parts To do that you'll
    need a copy of the speedtouch-1.3.1 driver
    untar it and cd into the speedtouch-1.3.1/src folder and then enter

    gcc -o firmware firmware.c -DSTANDALONE_EXTRACTER

    That will compile a binary called firmware. You can use that to split the
    modems firmware into two parts. If (for example) the firmware is called mgmt.o,
    copy it into the speedtouch-1.3.1/src folder and then enter

    ./firmware mgmt.o
    mv boot.bin speedtch-1
    mv firmware.bin speedtch-2

    That will create two files, boot.bin and firmware.bin. Rename boot.bin ->
    speedtch-1 and firmware.bin -> speedtch-2. Then you need to copy these two
    speedtch files into hotplugs firmware folder. You can find this by reading

    cat /etc/hotplug/firmware.agent | grep FIRMWARE_DIR=

    Make sure you enabled hotplug firmware loading in your kernel config
    and check that hotplug has this line in /etc/hotplug/usb.usermap

    speedtouch 0x0003 0x06b9 0x4061 0x0000 0x0000 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00
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