Problem with usb cable: device descriptor read/64, error -110
Kevin at k-wh.de
Wed Aug 6 11:58:37 CEST 2008
With today's opkg update && opkg upgrade the usb networking is now
working again :).
Am Dienstag, den 05.08.2008, 11:47 +0200 schrieb Kevin Zuber:
> Hi Andy,
> thanks for your quick answer!
> Ok, that's the reason for the problem but it doesn't fix it completely.
> After flashing uboot (flashing works quite well so no problem with the
> cable) there was no more error message but also no success message.
> If I connect now my Freerunner to the usb port (when the Freerunner is
> powered up) there isn't any kind of message in dmesg on the host and
> there is also no new networking interface (usb0).
> So usb networking is still not working.
> Do I have to wait for an fix?
> Am Montag, den 04.08.2008, 19:28 +0100 schrieb Andy Green:
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> > Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> > | So it should be the cable (hardware defect?) oder the neo update (using
> > | 2007.2 with latest updates).
> > | Did I miss something, any other ideas? Has someone this problems, too?
> > |
> > | It also seems, that the neo isn't charging anymore when it is connected
> > | to the cable. The usb power supply is still working fine and can charge
> > | the neo.
> > |
> > | Thanks a lot for your answer!
> > This sounds exactly like the fault of the bad U-Boot we put out for a
> > while. Boot into your NOR U-Boot by holding AUX while powering up, then
> > dfu over today's U-Boot image. After that this should be no longer a
> > problem.
> > - -Andy
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