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Re: Acquiring Dental RVG on Linux

Am Sun, Dec 27, 2020 at 09:35:16PM +0530 schrieb Sonali Warunjikar:

> Something remarkable happened. After playing back the initialization
> sequence the usb device talked with till that point _disappears_ (not seen
> in lsusb any more) and a new device with a different vendor:product (ID
> 082b:100a Trophy RVG 5200/6200) makes an appearance. Looks like rest of it
> is to spoken with the new device.

Brilliant, now you really start decoding the guts of things ...

So, perhaps, what you recently observed with wireshark -
there's different endpoints ... - was part of that aspect.

Some of them endoints "invisible at first" (for reasons
$DEITY only knows), then the "real" endpoints being unmasked
following the "proper" (as in "official", "divine") init
sequence, IOW, the init sequence might be a "vendor key" to
"unlock" the device.

GPG  40BE 5B0E C98E 1713 AFA6  5BC0 3BEA AC80 7D4F C89B

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