Subject: Re: Ehci/Umass bug ?
To: Vincent <email@example.com>
From: Lennart Augustsson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/25/2004 09:44:54
>> BABBLE certainly means the device is talking when it shouldn't.
>> It could be a consequence of the earlier XACTERR, maybe.
> What does that XACTERR mean ?
From the EHCI spec:
"Set to a 1 by the Host Controller during status update
in the case where the host did not recieve a valid response
from the device (Timeout, CRC, Bad PID, etc). This bit will
only be set for IN transactions."
Not too informative. :(
> Besides, if the device were faulty, it shouldn't work properly under
> Windows either. But it does.
Well, Windows has quirk lists too. :) I think.