Am 13.09.2012 10:49, schrieb Alan Jenkins:On 13/09/12 08:25, Christoph Jung wrote:Ah ok but where will I find the sourcecode for iowarrior.ko ?Hello,Argh, sorry, I misread your email and went off on one.
I am from the company "Code Mercenaries GmbH" from Germany. We have some USB HID devices wich work with Linux.
Since kernel version 2.6 our default products will be included in the kernel.
ProductIDs: 0x1500, 0x1501, 0x1511, 0x1512, 0x1503
Now we have some new custom product IDs but this two new devices get no node in dev/usb/ , but I can find the with "lsusb".
If I run "modinfo iowarrior" there will be 5 alias (with the default pIDs) .
The two new pIDs are: 0x158A, 0x158B
I have not much experiance with linux (I work with Ubuntu 12.04). What have be done to get the device nodes to work with them?
Have I add some rules? Or have I edit the iowarrior.ko?
You will indeed need to "edit iowarrior.ko". I.e. change the C source code to include the new pIDs, recompile, test, get patches merged into the mainline kernel etc :).
It's also possible to test new devices with an old driver, i.e. before you modify it. Possible instructions: http://www.ha19.no/usb/
I have no idea about compiling, patching in linux