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SubjectRe: Huawei E220 and usb storage
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Dear Pete, dear all,

On Mi, 31 Okt 2007, preining wrote:
> On Di, 30 Okt 2007, Pete Zaitcev wrote:
> > The difference with huaweiAktBbo.c seems that kernel uses a nonzero length.
> > Can you try zero length with the kernel? It's the second argument to the last.
>
> I tried with the git patch plus changing the penultimage argument from
> 0x1 to 0.

Ok, did new tests with 2.6.24-rc2:
- with plain kernel the usb-storage modules attaches and detaches
permanently a virtual cd drive, I stopped after 30+ iterations.

- changing the penultimage argument in the usb_stor_huawei_e220_init
function from 0x1 to 0 stopped this misbehaviour, but

- with the change from 0x1 to 0 the initialization works automatically.

Can we place change this 0x1 to 0?

Best wishes

Norbert

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