Subject: Re: Option Globetrotter 3G/GPRS Quad PC card & USB drivers
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Teemu Rinta-aho <email@example.com>
Date: 05/10/2005 16:58:47
By the way, the problem is at ohci@cardbus, and the kernel
faults with and without the beforementioned USB patches.
As you probably figured out from the error messages anyway...
Teemu Rinta-aho wrote:
> Hi all,
> I got an Option Globetrotter 3G/GPRS Quad PC card, which
> is essentially the same hardware as the Vodafone 3G card,
> which seems to be supported by the ubsa driver in current.
> This PC card has an OHCI bridge, to which is connected
> a Belkin USB-serial chip, to which again is connected
> the phone/modem hardware. Or so I have understood.
> However this Option 3G Quad card has a different identification
> bits and I added a small patch into ubsa.c and usbdevs to
> make them recognize the card. However, when inserting the
> card, the kernel panics.
> I did a similar patch to FreeBSD 6.0-CURRENT, and there
> I got the card working in both GPRS and WCDMA networks
> with PPP, no problem. This lead me to the assumption
> that it should work similarly in NetBSD, as the USB
> stuff seems (quickly looking) quite similar in these two.
> More information, including the patches, can be found at:
> Any help appreciated! I'm sure this needs only a
> small patch to make it work...
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