freerunner at newkirk.us
Sat Oct 11 00:10:30 CEST 2008
On Fri, 10 Oct 2008 09:05:09 -0700, Michael Shiloh <michael at openmoko.org>
> David Garabana Barro wrote:
>> On Friday 10 October 2008 12:50:57 Cédric Berger wrote:
>>> Ok, thanks...
>>> Would be interesting if by chance you could check between the ID pin
>>> and ground if you have a resistance close to 4.7Kohm ...?
>> I will look at it, and post the results.
> Anxiously awaiting your measurements.
> If there is no 4.7K resistor, I'd move this discussion to the kernel
> list. We should not be charging at 1A if we do not see this resistor.
The cig lighter adapter I got is just a USB port, (the ID pin doesn't exist
there) just jack in the USB<->MiniUSB cable. I get the same readings below
on AC, on PC, and on DC. If I force charging to 500mA or 100mA then they
root at iota:~# cat
root at iota:~# cat
charger 1A mode 1A
Regarding kernel, I'm running Raster's image plus frameworkd+zhone. (from
FSO unstable) "uname -a" tells me "Linux iota.newkirk.us 2.6.24 #1 PREEMPT
Fri Sep 26 14:13:25 EST 2008 armv4tl unknown". If the kernel handles this
normally, what kernel module? (or is it inbuilt) 'lsmod' shows me ohci_hcd
and hci_usb, nothing else USB-related. Also, lsusb is always blank output,
even when I've got a thumbdrive mounted and can see sda in
/proc/partitions. (Raster's image is stripped down to the bare minimum for
testing, I've tried to install all the significant support packages [from
FSO unstable feeds] but something missed might explain empty lsusb, empty
/proc/bus/usb, and always charging 1000mA...)
If forced to 1000mA with "echo '1000'
it will revert on reboot, right? (I'd rebooted a few times since playing
with my 'ggg' usb control script, and I can't imagine it surviving full
What about when power is simply removed and restored? If not, then what
settings can be made (via sysfs or dbus) to restore it to automatic?
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