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    SubjectRe: speedtch driver, 2.6.14.2
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    On Friday 13 January 2006 12:15, Duncan Sands wrote:
    > > I recently switched from the userspace speedtouch driver to the in-kernel
    > > one. However, on my rev 4.0 Speedtouch 330, I periodically get the
    > > message:
    > >
    > > ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    >
    > Is this correlated with disk activity (heavy use of the pci bus)?

    No, the machine is completely idle. However I switched to the CVS driver (it
    does not work in isochronous mode still), and in bulk-mode it gives me a new
    set of messages:

    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG E failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG F failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG F failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG D failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG D failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG D failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG B failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG B failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG B failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG F failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG F failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG B failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status
    ATM dev 0: speedtch_read_status: MSG F failed
    ATM dev 0: error -110 fetching device status

    This seems to happen less often than with the kernel driver, however.

    --
    Cheers,
    Alistair.

    'No sense being pessimistic, it probably wouldn't work anyway.'
    Third year Computer Science undergraduate.
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