Re: Linux 3.0: broken ums_eneub6250

From: Andreas Hartmann
Date: Wed Aug 10 2011 - 08:05:18 EST

Greg KH schrieb:
> On Mon, Aug 08, 2011 at 09:25:43PM +0200, Andreas Hartmann wrote:
>> Greg KH schrieb:
>>> On Mon, Aug 08, 2011 at 10:16:49AM +0200, Andreas Hartmann wrote:
>>>> Greg KH schrieb:
>>>>> On Sun, Aug 07, 2011 at 08:39:20PM +0200, Andreas Hartmann wrote:
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>> obviously, nobody seems to be interested to work on this bug. Until it's
>>>>>> fixed: There is a workaround to get the device working again with 2.6.39
>>>>>> and 3.0 - just remove the unusable ums-eneub6250.ko and replace it with
>>>>>> the complete old and fine keucr-module - staging but working :-)
>>>>> How about working on a patch for the in-kernel version of the code to
>>>>> get it to work properly so we can resolve this?
>>>> If I would be able do this, I would have done it! On the other side: Why
>>>> should I do it, if there is a module, which works just fine?
>>> Because I'm guessing that you wish to see the in-kernel code work
>>> properly, right?
>>>> But you could send me patches which I could test.
>>> Have you emailed the developers of this driver these questions? I'm
>>> sure they could help you out as they do have the hardware and they wrote
>>> the patches in the first place.
>>>>> Given that very few
>>>>> people actually have this hardware,
>>>> It's a MSI CR620 notebook. I don't think, that there are just very few
>>>> out there :-).
>>>>> it's hard for us to work on the
>>>>> driver.
>>>> Why did you remove a working module if you can't ensure, that the
>>>> replacement will cover the old module 100%?
>>> Because I trusted the original developers of that patch, that's the way
>>> kernel development works.
>>> So please contact them and they would be glad to work with you to
>>> resolve this issue.
>> They have been already connected prior in this thread. I didn't get any
>> answer right now.
>> Obviously they are not interested in fixing the problem.
> That's rude,

I apologize for this. This was wrong. But I was really angry about this
line of action.

> perhaps they were busy, or, the driver works for them on
> their hardware, but something is different with your device that is
> different here.

It's fixed now. Details see

Unfortunately I had to open another bug now with this module:

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