Re: /drivers/usb/class/cdc-acm.c patch question, please cc
From: Ryan Moszynski
Date: Sun Sep 24 2006 - 13:40:40 EST
sorry guys, my bad.
I just compiled 2.6.18 again with my stock config, and everything
worked. With 2.6.15 i had to recompile using the patch and load these
in /etc/modules in order for my card to work at full speed.
usbserial vendor=0x0c88 product=0x17da maxSize=2048
cdc_acm maxszr=16384 maxszw=2048
however, now, at boot the kernel loads the 'airprime' driver, and
everything works without any manual module loading. Yay. 2.6.15 had
the airprime driver, but i guess it didn't recognize my card at that
However, to get this(and i would guess any other evdo) card to work,
you still have set up 4 config files:
which makes it a lot more labor intensive to set up for the first time
than it is in windows, but at least everything works.
On 9/24/06, Oliver Neukum <oliver@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Am Freitag, 22. September 2006 23:45 schrieb Ryan Moszynski:-
> since 2.6.14 i have been applying the following patch and recompiling
> my kernel so
> that i can use my verizon kpc650 evdo card with my laptop. I've
> applied this patch
> succesfully on 2.6.14 and 2.6.15. It works great and I have no problems. I am
> trying to apply the patch to 2.6.18 but it fails, and i don't want to
> break anything,
First give me a description of your device. Secondly, we'll try
to find a generic solution. Thirdly, if nothing else helps, we'll add
a generic quirk to the driver.
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