I agree. That's why something like what David has proposed would be
more helpful here.
> But don't worry. I use the kernel source to find the
> MODULES_DEVICE_TABLE (with a partially automated script) to build the
> new tables.
Do you check for devices that are now handled by different drivers? For
example, the CDCEther and acm USB drivers have gone though a series of
different configuration changes, where one driver would claim devices
meant for the other. It is hopefully all fixes up now, but might have
confused your scripts.
What about devices that are supported by more than one driver? How do
you handle that? (see the USB keyspan_pda and keyspan drivers for an
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