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SubjectRe: USB broken in 2.4.0
On Sat, Jan 06, 2001 at 03:39:36AM +0100, antirez wrote:
> s10sh reads 0x1400 bytes at once downloading jpges from the
> digicam, but the ioctl() that performs the bulk read fails with 2.4
> using this size. If I resize it (for example to 0x300) it works without
> problems (with high performace penality, of course, 60% of slow-down).

I checked it better: the largest bulk read I can perform is of 4096 bytes
(up to 5120 bytes with old kernels).

antirez

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