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SubjectRe: [linux-usb-devel] Re: Problems with connect/disconnect cycles
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On Sam, 20 Aug 2005, Alan Stern wrote:
> Speaking in broad terms, it's normal to see new device connection and
> configuration messages like the ones above when a USB device is plugged in
> to your computer. What's not normal is to see disconnects. So you should

Mind that this is an *internal* builtin card reader on my laptop. I will
go through the log files and look if I find patterns.

> why is the card reader disconnecting? Turning on CONFIG_USB_DEBUG may

ok.

Best wishes

Norbert

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