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Re: Kingston Data Traveler

On Tue, 20 Sep 2011, Thomas Mueller wrote:

> From Iain Hibbert <>:
> > adding model 0x1624 to the umass quirks table as per other Kingston
> > products (comment there says they don't like to be told to lock the
> > door) solved the problem for me with no negative reaction from the
> > working device
> Where did you find the model number 0x1624?

usbdevs -v showed it to me:

Controller /dev/usb4:
addr 1: high speed, self powered, config 1, EHCI root hub(0x0000), vendor 
0x8086(0x8086), rev 1.00
 port 1 powered
 port 2 addr 2: high speed, power 100 mA, config 1, DataTraveler G2(0x1624), 
Kingston(0x0951), rev 1.00, serial 001CC07CED72F0319916125E

> Do you put this in the kernel config file and then rebuild the kernel?

I added it to dev/usb/umass_quirks.c in the same way that the other
Kingston products are listed (see revision 1.89) , then rebuild and
reboot (also added to usbdevs)

(aside: it would be nice to be able to load quirk tables as modules :)

> Now I'm in FreeBSD 9.0-BETA2 on the new computer, will try to see what
> happens with "usbdevs -v" next time I'm in NetBSD on either the older or
> the new computer.

I think FreeBSD has a similar method to check the product code, see


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