/sys API, force_usb_limit_dangerous renamed to usb_curlim?

Timo Juhani Lindfors timo.lindfors at iki.fi
Sun Jun 14 17:25:46 CEST 2009


I just noticed that my

sudo sh -c 'echo 500 > `find /sys -name force_usb_limit_dangerous`'

menu option had silently stopped working a long time ago.

By grepping the output of "git log --raw -p" it seems that it was
removed in

commit aa6f5ffbdba45aa8e19e5048648fc6c7b25376d3
Author: merge <null at invalid>
Date:   Thu Jan 22 13:55:32 2009 +0000

    pending-tracking-hist top was MERGE-via-stable-tracking-MERGE-via-mokopatches-tracking-fix-stray-endmenu-patch-1232632040-1232632141 / fdf777a63bcb59e0dfd78bfe2c6242
e01f6d4eb9 ... parent commitmessage:
    From: merge <null at invalid>

    stable-tracking-hist top was MERGE-via-mokopatches-tracking-fix-stray-endmenu-patch-1232632040 / 90463bfd2d5a3c8b52f6e6d71024a00e052b0ced ... parent commitmessage:
    From: merge <null at invalid>

    mokopatches-tracking-hist top was fix-stray-endmenu-patch / 3630e0be570de8057e7f8d2fe501ed353cdf34e6 ... parent commitmessage:
    From: Andy Green <andy at openmoko.com>

    Signed-off-by: Andy Green <andy at openmoko.com>

I usually read commit messages carefully but this merge message was
too complicated for my git knowledge so I that probably explains why I
did not notice the change.

It seems I can just write to "usb_curlim". Should I update


to mention this change? (I'm unsure since I don't know if usb_curlim
really does the same thing.)

best regards,
Timo Lindfors

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