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    SubjectRe: [Rt2400-devel] [PATCH] rt2500usb - Don't claim 050d:705{0/a}
    On Friday 26 October 2007, Parag Warudkar wrote:
    > Hi Ivo
    > On Thu, 25 Oct 2007, Ivo van Doorn wrote:
    > > I awknowledge the problem, but the solution cannot be found in the USB ID's
    > > listed in the driver. The bug is the manufacturer who changed chipset while
    > > keeping the USB ID the same.
    > > There are 2 possible ways around this: hacking the module loader so
    > > it continues searching for a different driver when the first driver indicates
    > > that it cannot control the device.
    > > Or the easiest way, just blacklist rt2500usb if you are sure you need the rt73 driver.
    > Thanks for the heads up - I think you have a good idea - there should be
    > an interface between the loader and module to specify conditions like this.
    > I will see if I can generate interest in that idea and hack up something
    > along the lines of your suggestion.

    Well it could be something quite simple, in the module loader it is looping
    through all modules to look for a device with the correct USB/PCI ID.
    Currently, after the first occurence it loads the module and doesn't continue,
    it should perhaps be relatively easy that it checks if the driver returned -ENODEV
    and continues looping to search for another driver.

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