On Fri, Nov 17, 2000 at 11:25:50PM -0800, Ben Ford wrote:
> Here is lspci output from the laptop in question. Is this not UHCI?
Yes it is. Just a bit funny if you think about it, but with Intel and
Via putting the UHCI core into their chipsets I guess it makes sense.
One note for the archives, if you are presented a choice between a OHCI
or a UHCI controller, go for the OHCI. It has a "cleaner" interface,
handles more of the logic in the silicon, and due to this provides
In it's defense, the UHCI design was the first one, and OHCI
capitalized on that by fixing some of its weaknesses. Hopefully the
same thing will not happen for USB 2.0, and everyone will like EHCI.
(who has UHCI in all of his machines except one.)
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