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SubjectUSBDEVFS_URB_TYPE_INTERRUPT
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I was designing a USB based device and was looking through the 2.4.5 kernel
code, and noticed that while it supports bulk, iso, and control types, there
is no support for interrupt types. A grep through the entire kernel source
code reveals that USBDEVFS_URB_TYPE_INTERRUPT defined in
linux/usbdevice_fs.h, but no where is it used. Any thoughts as to why that
might be?

A google search didn't seem to turn up any answers either.

-- John

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