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I just took the plunge into the 2.6 world, and it rocks. I have a couple of
lingering issues that I wanted to ask the list about.
1. USB devices - I have a number of USB devices, from an Archos 20GB mp3
player (which works) to a Cruzer SD card reader and Lexar jump drive (which
do not). I cannot get my Palm Tungsten E (/dev/ttyUSB1) to sync. All worked
under 2.4.26. Another thing I noticed was that under 2.4, I would get a
system beep when I plugged in a USB device. I do not under 2.6.
The Archos, when plugged in, creates /sys/block/hda/hda1, and I can mount
that. However the SD card and the jump drive (both are 512MB, but it
shouldn't matter). I have the built-in (on the motherboard) USB1.1 interface,
and a Belkin 4-port USB2 switch connected to a PCI USB2 interface.
My 2.6 is configured as follows:
* legacy /proc/scsi support
m SCSI disk support
m SCSI generic support
* Probe all LUNs
* Verbose SCSI error reporting
* Host-side USB
* USB device filesystem
* EHCI HCD
* UHCI HCD
* USB Mass Storage
* USB HID
* USB input layer
* USB serial support
* Handspring/Visor/Palm/Clie driver
2. My wheel mouse-s calibration seems to have changed. When I run TVTime under
2.4, one click of the wheel setting equalled one channel changed. Under 2.6,
every click changes the tuner by two channels.
Anybody know a fix for this behavior other than booting back into 2.4 to use
Bradley M. Alexander |
SysAdmin, Security Engineer | storm [at] tux.org
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