[linux-usb-devel] Re: [Bug 4424] New: modem speedtouch USB don't
work on amd64 with kernel 2.6.12-rc1
trem at zarb.org
Thu Mar 31 14:50:20 EST 2005
I've discovered something quite weird.
When I boot, I don't have the connection, and I can't start it
If I remove the module speedtch and modprobe it,
I can start the connection.
I don't understand why.
Here the message I have in /var/log/messages:
when I boot:
localhost kernel: usb 3-6.1: no stage 1 firmware found!<6>parport0:
PC-style at 0x378 [PCSPP,TRISTATE,EPP]
localhost modprobe: FATAL: Error inserting speedtch
symbol in module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)
when I: rmmod speedtch
Mar 31 21:42:25 localhost kernel: usb 3-6.1: no stage 1 firmware
found!<4>usb 3-6.1: no stage 1 firmware found!<4>usb 3-6.1: no stage 1
firmware found!<6>usbcore: deregistering driver speedtch
when I: modprobe speedch
Mar 31 21:42:37 localhost kernel: ADSL line is up (608 Kib/s down | 160
Mar 31 21:42:37 localhost kernel: usbcore: registered new driver speedtch
After, a simple speedtouch_start works fine.
I hope it helps,
Roman Kagan wrote:
>On Thu, Mar 31, 2005 at 09:03:11AM +0100, David Woodhouse wrote:
>>On Thu, 2005-03-31 at 09:50 +0200, Duncan Sands wrote:
>>>I'd rather have "select". I'm considering having it select ATM as well...
>>>I think select is more logical: if someone has this modem, it's natural
>>>that they simply choose to build the driver, and that dependencies are
>>>automatically taken care of.
>>No, really -- it's entirely _unnatural_ that if they want to turn ATM
>>off, they can't because some random driver they don't care about has
>>_forced_ it to be on.
>I agree on this one: if one has a USB DSL modem he can be expected to
>have enough clue to turn USB and ATM stacks on.
>FW_LOADER however falls into a different category, where "select" is
>IMHO more appropriate.
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