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SubjectRe: Via usb problems...
> The work-around for the problem is provided by VIA in the form of some
> updated drivers for windows. It appears to be some sort of usb filter,
> possibly for low bandwidth USB peripherals. I suspect this isn't a
> working resolution for most people on this list and I was wondering if
> anyone has been working on this in the kernel? I might be able to
> provide some more information if it is needed to diagnose and solve the
> problem...

Can you provide me

1. The lspci -v info for your box (chip revision etc)
2. Details ont he updated windows drivers (eg URL for)
3. The USB devices

> Does VIA have any engineers working on linux drivers?

Directly, I don't believe so. However they do provide contact points for
some of us and have provided workarounds for other bugs. We now have a
mechanism in place for making such requests.

Firstly however I'd like the USB folks to look at the debug and traces to be
sure this isnt a VIA chip bug. If it is I'll take it up with VIA
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