Thanks Edited by lionheart, 11 February – Don’t know how you found those settings, even when not knowing what they mean. Posted 22 October – The function determines how much data it can send to the device based on the size of the write urb it has created this size depends on the size of the bulk out end point that the device has. Because I see references to Ubuntu only in this post and I really can’t find a way to make it work. On laptop with “normal” Ubuntu or Linux Mint stick works great and firmware uploads successfully. I was trying solution from vydriduch but my tuner still isn’t working with Raspberry.
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The Linux USB subsystem has grown from supporting only two different types of devices in the 2.
The weird thing is that not all based decoders are affected. But for drivers that do not have a matching kernel subsystem, such as MP3 players or scanners, a method of interacting with user space is needed. Basically, I applied the old patch to the new kernel and then I followed the instructions in this post: Some vendors are open with their USB protocols and help with the creation of Linux drivers, while others do not publish them, and developers are forced to reverse-engineer.
drivers/media/usb/as/as10x_cmd.c – kernel/common – Git at Google
I managed to fix the kernel crashes and now the stick runs perfectly fine. The audio and video camera drivers are very good examples of drivers that handle isochronous data and will be useful if you also need to do this. Hsb driver fails on latest firmwar Sat Dec 31, 7: In the meantime, you can get the firmwares in this way: Krnel driver fails on latest firmwar Tue May 03, 8: Posted 22 October – Installing knfsd copyright C okir monad.
I believe we now have the kernel driver, but miss the tuner interface to Enigma2: We increment our private usage count and save a pointer to our internal structure in the file structure.
In uusb function we decrement our private usage count and wait for possible pending writes:. Can the PLI team please fix that?
Still no luck, always get errors: When a device kefnel plugged into the USB bus that matches the device ID pattern that your driver registered with the USB core, the probe function is called. It can be found, along with many other useful documents, at the USB home page see Resources.
I was trying solution from vydriduch but my tuner still isn’t working with Raspberry. So the name is correct.
Loading driver fails on latest firmwar Kerbel Oct 28, 4: Posted 12 November – Endpoint aa10x MaxPacketSize 64 usb For a full list of the different USB devices currently supported, see Resources. Moreover, I think there is no dependency in the driver, as the as is an all-in-one chip. Maybe it depends on some kernel configuration parameter?
The remaining kinds of USB devices that do not have support on Linux are almost all vendor-specific devices.
As pieterg already explained, this device is an all-in-one chip so it’s a bit different from the usual USB sticks. When the driver is unloaded from the system, it needs to deregister itself with the USB subsystem.
[etxx00] patch to support Abilis as102 devices on kernel 3.0.3
Ksrnel the skeleton driver, we determine what end points are marked as bulk-in and bulk-out. It needs to be able to shut down any current reads and writes and notify the user-space programs that the device is no longer there. That’s strange, since this driver is reported to work on kernel 3 in the above post and I also installed it with success in my Ubuntu