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SubjectRe: [linux-usb-devel] Problems with connect/disconnect cycles
On Mon, 21 Mär 2005, Alan Stern wrote:
> > I found that my builtin sd card reader connected via USB port
> > experiences several connect/reconnect cycles every time I boot.
> > I guess that this should not be the expected behaviour. Now the question
> > is wether this is a problem with -mm or with usb stuff?
> You mean, a software problem or a hardware problem?

So I believe that this is a regression error in 2.6.11-mm something.

> One way to find out is to try going back to an earlier kernel. When you
> do, do these cycles continue to appear?

Good question. I have nothing older then 2.6.11-mm2 lying around. Can
you give me a hint on *where* I should start? Something like when there
was a great change in usb code incorporated into bk-usb and thus -mm?

I will try 2.6.10-mm3 where I have a home made .deb lying around and
will report back.

Best wishes


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