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Bug#241976: marked as done (missing usb-ohci ids)



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Package: discover1-data
Version: 1.2004.02.08-5
Severity: normal

Comparison of usb-discover's uhci list with discover1-data reveals the
following pci ids that are in the former, but not in the latter:

808624c2
808624c4
808624c7

These three are the USB controllers in a Linux Certified LC2000 laptop
which I have on loan. I thought I'd already filed a bug on these, but I
cannot find it. If you need lspci info, I can get that.

808624de
808624d7
808624d4
808624d2

These are from a PIV-based abit motherboard, according to usb-discover's
changelog. Unfortunatly, I don't know any more details.

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Date: Sun, 4 Apr 2004 00:54:11 -0500
From: David Nusinow <david_nusinow@verizon.net>
To: 241976-done@bugs.debian.org
Subject: Closing
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All of these pci id's use usb-uhci in my local copy. One of them had a
typo and the fix is in CVS, but all the others are present. The
1.2004.02.08-3 release has this in the changelog: "Various USB
controller fixes that were previously unknown now use usb-uhci", which
probably accounts for this. Closing this bug.

 - David Nusinow



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