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Re: uhci on non-x86
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On May 13, 2008, at 21:11, Jared D. McNeill wrote:
Brian Buhrow wrote:
Hello. It certainly is true that on my 4.0-stable systems, and
3.x based systems, files written to umass devices over the ehci(4)
produces garbage. Ohci and uhci connected devices work fine.
(This is on I386 based systems.) My point here is that I think
driver is broken everywhere, including on I386 systems.
FWIW, I rebuilt GNOME and modular xorg (and all related
dependencies) via pkgsrc about 3 times on an old 8GB USB drive via
ehci on i386 (before the drive itself died) on -current. I wouldn't
be so quick to jump to conclusions :-)
Yeah, the same disk that failed on sgimips with uhci/ehci worked just
fine with ohci/ehci on sparc64 and macppc.
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