"opkg upgrade" breaks USB networking: g_ether module missing
andy at openmoko.com
Fri Aug 1 09:03:17 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Yes, could be this as I am seeing the same messages in the log. I did
| update uboot on the weekend (which is when I got the device).
| A wall charger worked normally, its just usb charging (tried a laptop
| and a desktop) thats the problem.
Well it sounds a bit out of place to say it, but: great. At least we
understand what's happening.
A wall charger doesn't try to talk with the device over USB, it is
recognized by a magic resistor on the USB ID pin, that's why it works
but host charging didn't.
I made patches to reduce the probability of this from 50:50 to ~10% and
just sent them out, I didn't find how to eliminate it yet.
| Which uboot is "safe"?
I'm not sure. I suspect older U-Boot had lower probability of making
the same problem since we had no idea this was happening until now, and
some of the fixes I added would have been needed on older versions too.
~ best bet is to update to tomorrow's U-Boot and we'll try to remove the
remaining chance of the problem in the meanwhile.
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