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SubjectRe: USB not working with 2.5.69, worked with .68
On Mon, May 05, 2003 at 10:54:20PM +0200, Stian Jordet wrote:
> I have read somewhere that the USB device not accepting new address
> means that the host-controller doesn't get an interrupt, and that this
> often is because of ACPI. It's just the same with acpi disabled (and in
> 2.5.68 it did work with and without acpi).

Hm, can you look at /proc/interrups and verify that the usb controller's
interrupt count is going up? It really sounds like the interrupt isn't
getting through to the usb controller driver.


greg k-h
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