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    SubjectUSB broken in 2.4.0
    I just tested with fresh-out-of-the-box
    2.4.0 and using the newer libusb 0.1.2
    as suggested by antirez (see email chain
    below for more info). I compiled libusb
    and s10sh code this AM under 2.4.0.

    It blows up BAD by finding increasingly
    larger photo images in the camera over
    the usb link and extracting them to disk.
    So by the third file you're trying to
    extract gig sized files. Obviously the
    filesystem files up, the sytem chokes, etc.

    This is the same code that works fine
    under 2.2.18 kernel (I use it all of the
    time there).


    -----Original Message-----
    From: antirez []
    Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2001 6:00 PM
    To: Heitzso
    Cc: 'Johannes Erdfelt'; ''
    Subject: Re: usb broken in 2.4.0 prerelease versus 2.2.18

    On Wed, Jan 03, 2001 at 12:33:34PM -0500, Heitzso wrote:

    Hi Heitzso!

    > (Salvatore Sanfilippo ... I'm cc'ing you
    > to note that s10sh -u (usb mode) works fine
    > with 2.2.18 but is breaking under 2.4.0 prerelease.

    Too bad. The problem can't be of s10sh itself I guess.
    It's more likely that some USB userspace ioctl() changed
    so the USB subsystem isn't access without problems,
    even if it's possible that some s10sh bug grow up
    with a more robust USB implementation in 2.4.0.
    I tested s10sh in 2.4.0-testxxx and it worked:
    I suggest to try the new libusb 0.1.2 at
    and try to make s10sh working with this updated library.
    I'll try. If you is able to fix s10sh or to make it working
    using modified libusb version please drop me a mail!

    thanks for your effort,

    Salvatore Sanfilippo |
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