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Re: [bluetooth-dev] usb probelm
On Tue, Sep 18, 2001 at 12:38:07PM -0400, Ilguiz Latypov wrote:
> Hello there,
> We have a batch of Ericsson ROK 101007 P4D chips with firmware P3A/A.
> They report unusual USB device codes (0xff, 0xff, 0xff). I had to add
> these codes to the bluetooth.c USB HCI driver so that the chips could be
> registered by the USB drivers.
Then those are not valid USB Bluetooth devices according to both the USB
and Bluetooth specs. Get Ericsson to fix this.
> There are usb.*map files in the /etc/hotplug directory of a recent Linux
> distribution. They contain the USB device codes and respective module
> names. I wonder if it is possible to avoid modifying the code by placing
> appropriate line into one of these files.
Some of those files are automatically generated by depmod. The numbers
come from the kernel drivers. Modifying those files would cause the
linux-hotplug scripts to load the bluetooth usb module when the device
was seen, but the driver itself would not bind to the device, unless the
source code was modified.
Could you send me the output of /proc/bus/usb/devices with one of these
devices plugged in to the USB bus?
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