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SubjectRe: [linux-usb-devel] USB glitches after suspend on ppc
On Thu, 07 Apr 2005 09:02:57 +1000
Benjamin Herrenschmidt <benh@kernel.crashing.org> wrote:

> > Interesting. Looks like pci_enable_wake(dev, state, 0) isn't
> > actually disabling wakeup on your hardware. (Assuming
> > CONFIG_USB_SUSPEND=n; if not, then it's odd that the system went
> > back to sleep!) Do you think that might be related to those calls
> > manipulating the Apple ASICs being in the OHCI layer rather than up
> > nearer the generic PCI glue? (I still think they don't belong in
> > USB code -- ohci or usbcore -- at all. If the platform-specific
> > PCI hooks don't suffice, they need fixing.)
>
> There are no platform hooks in the right place for now afaik.

Nope, not in upstream, but I used the ohci patch from Paul Mackerras
previously.

> Anyway, I think Colin's controller is an OHCI/EHCI NEC chip, so not
> an Apple ASIC, it's not doing anything in those calls.


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Colin
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