Fri, 02 Nov 2001 10:54:44 -0800
Kirill Ratkin wrote:
> "Randy.Dunlap" wrote:
> > Kirill Ratkin wrote:
> > >
> > > "Randy.Dunlap" wrote:
> > > >
> > > > The usb-ohci driver has been known to work with PCMCIA/USB OHCI
> > > > cards.
> > Do you mean that you are working on a PCMCIA (CardBus I hope ?)
> > to USB card and want to know if it will work with Linux?
> > Is it OHCI- or UHCI- or ECHI-based (USB controller)?
> I have device (see description below) and I started to find
> documentation for it now (I'd like to write driver of it for education
> goals). And I ask because may be somebody wrote it already and there
> isn't necessary to write same one.
> ? For PC, Notebook and MAC Powerbook ? Adds two USB ports into your
> computer for instant multiple USB device connections ? Built in driver
> support from Apple and
> Microsoft PC : Windows 98 , Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000 Mac
> : OS 8.6 or
> later ? Compliant with USB Specification, Version 1.1 ? Compliant with
> Specification, Revision 1.0a ? Chip set: Opti chip ? Regulatory
> approval(s): FCC Class B & CE
> ? Version: v1.0
That's an OHCI ("OpenHCI" above) controller.
The usb-ohci driver works with that chip.
You don't need to write another one.
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