g_ether code 10 error using linux kernel 2.6.28 on SMDK2440

Andy Green andy at openmoko.com
Wed Feb 25 08:43:49 CET 2009

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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Paul Fertser wrote:
| ...
|> Moreover, it doesn't seem like any kernel dev knows how to produce any
|> meaningful logs from that stupid platform, so i'd let windows-lovers
|> struggle on their own ;)
| Hahahaha.  Sigh.  Like it or not, the fact is that Windows exists, and
| co-existence is mandatory if this project will ever sell a phone to even
| the "power-user" community.
| So, yeah, it's a real hoot that the GTA0x blue-screens windows when you
| plug it in -- hahaha.  Now that we've all laughed, let's accept that
| Linux kernels didn't USED to do that, so this is clearly a regression,
| so it needs to be fixed!

Yes that got straightened out a while back by helpful users researching
and pointing us at the right patches, which were immediately taken in
our tree.

| So instead of comments like "let windows-lovers struggle", maybe that
| email should have read "offer Windows users assistance to capture the
| necessary information to present to the upstream kernel developers."?
| Otherwise, let's all just start shouting "Long live the iPhone!" or
| "Viva Android!".
| So, to try to be constructive here, what is it that is holding this up
| -- is it really just that the Linux purists won't dirty their hands by
| touching a Windows box to get some data?  What do they need -- I used to
| shovel cow s*** on a farm as a kid, Windows doesn't frighten me.

I think the guys reporting the problems have been asked a couple of
times for "logs", and that's what's needed.  There was interest from a
guy in linux-usb as I recall to look at the logs should they turn up.

- -Andy
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