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SubjectRe: Rio Riot 20Gb HDD USB MP3 Player
On Thu, Sep 05, 2002 at 04:13:28PM +0100, Martyn Ranyard wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> This is my first posting to this list, and I am not subscribed (so
> please cc me in on any replies to this thread -thanks), however I do follow
> the kernel traffic weekly mail.
>
> I have recently acquired a Rio Riot 20Gb HDD USB MP3 Player, and I have
> had no luck finding a device driver so far, but I am willing to help with
> testing and possibly a bit of development (I am more accustomed to writing
> in Borland/FreePascal than c however). Does anyone know of a driver
> project, or shall I start one off? Is this better done in user-space?

Did you look at the list of supported Linux USB devices linked off of
www.linux-usb.org? And the linux-usb-devel mailing list is probably the
better place for this kind of discussion.

If your device looks like a USB Mass storage device, then a kernel
driver modification might be needed. Otherwise you are probably better
off using usbfs/libusb to talk to the device from userspace, which is
what the other USB Rio devices do.

Good luck,

greg k-h
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