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SubjectRe: [Bug 8645] disconnect usb end-device; reading error
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Dear Developers,

1.) I have tried it with all recently available debian kernels from
backports.org. It is the same game playing around.

2.) I have actualy no other device connected to the hub. It is connected to a
external power supply and this supply is working properly. I do not think
that a card reader is consuming more power than a a usb port can give.

So my opinion stays clear, but if you want to have more information and
confirmation, please contact those who have (or had) the same problem as
shown in various internet sites or forums.

My guess is, that ehci does not fall back to usb 1.1 support. Maybe that this
is a follow up to to hubs not working the way, they should. But I think that
is not the linux way to accept it, like w*******s does. That's why I'm using
linux.
Chears

Wolfgang


On Sunday 17 June 2007 18:34, you wrote:
> http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8645
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> akpm@osdl.org changed:
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> What |Removed |Added
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>- CC| |akpm@osdl.org
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> ------- Comment #1 from akpm@osdl.org 2007-06-17 09:37 -------
> 2.6.18 is a little old. Is it repeatable on later kernels? Ideally
> 2.6.22-rc5?
>
> Thanks.

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Wolfgang Schnitker
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