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SubjectRE: Adding devices to dc2xx.c
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> Hello, and thank you to those who responded to my query about 
> adding my
> Agfa ePhoto to the USB mass storage device database. I had no success
> with this (the machine locked hard on connecting the device),
> so I have decided to try it with the dc2xx driver.
>
> I have added it to /usr/src/linux/drivers/usb/dc2xx.c as follows:
> ..
> { idVendor: 0x040a, idProduct: 0x0112 }, // Kodak DC-290
> { idVendor: 0xf003, idProduct: 0x6002 }, // HP
> PhotoSmart C500
> { idVendor: 0x06bd, idProduct: 0x0403 }, // Agfa ePhoto CL18
> ..
>
> However, after I recompile and reboot with the new boot
> image, I receive the following:
> ..
> Jan 5 19:37:33 localhost kernel: usb.c: registered new driver dc2xx
> ..
> Jan 5 19:37:33 localhost kernel: hub.c: USB new device
> connect on bus1/2, assigned device number 2
> Jan 5 19:37:33 localhost kernel: usb.c: USB device 2 (vend/prod
> 0x6bd/0x403) is not claimed by any active driver.
> ..
>
> Why is dc2xx not being associated with the camera? I note
> that the vendor
> and product names of the camera omit the leading '0', but I have tried
> adding them to the driver file as both '0x06bd' and '0x6bd' and
> neither works. I'm
> using 2.4.0-prerelease, in case that helps.
>
> So, does this sound like a bug with the above driver, or is
> there something that I've missed?

Either you don't have dc2xx compiled into the kernel, or
if it's a module, you don't have it loaded yet. You should
load it manually or add hotplug support
and the proper support files for it.
See http://www.linux-usb.org/policy.html.

~Randy
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