Re: very slow usb 2.0
Hi! Thanks a lot for the prompt reply.
First of all I do have hci-hcd, ehci-hcd, and usb-storage compiled in
the kernel. Not as modules though, but that doesn't make a difference.
The thing is that I also hav UB compiled and it is not a module, so I
can't simply unload it. Is there a way to tell the kernel not to load
How do I use hotplug for that? Can someone point me a good reference maybe?... Can I use modutils blacklisting in that case?
On 9/25/05, Hendrik Sattler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Am Sonntag, 25. September 2005 15:28 schrieb John covici:
> OK, possibly stupid question -- how do I prevent that driver from
> being used when the hot plug subsystem would normally use it -- and if
> I do prevent that will I mount /dev/sda,b,c ... instead? I have not
> noticed a slowdown, but I didn't test very much either.
use either hotplug or modutils blacklisting
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