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SubjectRe: Problems with USB/VISOR module
On Thu, Sep 25, 2003 at 12:34:30PM +0200, Martin Kacer wrote:
> Hello folks:
> I got problems using the visor module and hotsyncing my PDA with Linux.
> My configuration is probably correct, since everything worked just fine
> until I bought a new motherboard - D865GBF by Intel (Intel Bayfield).
> With the new board, I am not able to connect to the PDA.
> PDA: Palm m515, USB craddle
> PC: D865GBF board, Intel Celeron, 2GHz, 400MHz System Bus
> Kernel: 2.4.22 and 2.4.21 tried (it worked with 2.4.21 formerly)
> Software: pilot-link version (Debian "testing" package)
> (used to work with my previous CPU and board - some Intel based on i845)
> Problem decription: the PDA is detected after pressing the HotSync button,
> but the syncing process hangs just after opening the port. Nothing is read
> or written.

Why are you trying to attach to port 0? What happens with:
pilot-xfer -p /dev/ttyUSB1 -l


greg k-h
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