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Re: Some USB-Drive is not working with NetBSD. How to address the right developer?

On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 11:47:40PM +0400, Aleksej Saushev wrote:
> herbert langhans <> writes:
> >> > I have some Kingston USB-drive (for Micro-SDs) here. It is not working
> >> > with NetBSD - though OSX and FreeBSD seems to be ok.
> Kingston's USB drives are problematic.
> We need the output of "usvbdevs -v". In particular, your DataTraveler
> might work not because it is "good" but because someone has fixed the
> problem already. E.g. this one:
> port 5 addr 3: high speed, power 100 mA, config 1, DT 101 II(0x1625), 
> Kingston(0x0951), rev 1.00
> has specific hack.

Hi Aleksej,
great you switch in. I think its quite important if somebody could fix
this bug - especially NetBSD is expected to work with a wide range of

This is the 'bad one':

#usbdevs -v (you have a typo) spits out:
port 3 addr 2: high speed, power 500 mA, config 1, Generic USB2.0
card(0x6200), Silicon Motion, Inc.(0x090c), rev 1.00, serial

This is the 'good one' - some older Kingston Data Traveler, 1GB:
port 3 addr 2: high speed, power 50 mA, config 1, DataTraveler
2.00000000625(0x1603), Kingston(0x0951), rev 2.00, serial 0000000625

If you or another developer needs this 'USB microSD/SDHC Reader', let me 
know. Write private to my e-mail address, send me your postal address and 
I'll drop it in an envelope and mail it to you.

Thank you! 
herb langhans, Warsaw, PL

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