Thanks a lot for that Sebastian. I will report back my findings when I find
the resolution on this.

Regards,

On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 3:28 AM, Sebastian <s...@open-t.co.uk> wrote:

> Hi Bruce,
>
>
> On 01/03/2011 06:03 AM, Bruce B wrote:
>
>> Thanks for the input. The errors I pointed out should be available in
>> the /var/log/messages or messages.1 .2 .3 etc...or in dmesg each time
>> you reboot the machine.
>>
>
> I have just rebooted the server and can confirm that neither dmesg,
> /var/log/messages or /var/log/syslog contain "device not accepting address"
> or "USB device is disconnected" error messages.
>
> Sebastian
>
>
>
>
> At least that is the case with mine. If you
>
>> don't have it then it's I guess very specific to this atom board.  I
>> know someone else added something along the lines "irq=fixconflict" to
>> get rid of the issue with a wireless USB mouse showing same symptoms and
>> CentOS. IRQ conflicts is also one of my thoughts as well but I can't
>> play at BIOS level at this time as the server is thousands miles away
>> from me.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 8:18 PM, Sebastian <s...@open-t.co.uk
>> <mailto:s...@open-t.co.uk>> wrote:
>>
>>    Hi,
>>
>>
>>    On 01/02/2011 08:08 PM, Bruce B wrote:
>>
>>        Thanks for the input. I have the latest drivers but it seems
>>        that there
>>        is some serious incompatibility issue with the kernel as when the
>>        FLASHING happens even if the system is restarted it's still not
>>        detected. One has to re-plug it in and then it shows in
>>        "wanrouter hwprobe".
>>
>>        It could also be that the atom board is not compatible with the
>>        driver
>>        in my case. It your /var/log/messages upon restart do you any
>>        line that
>>        might match this:
>>        *
>>        *
>>        *cd /var/log/*
>>        *grep -o "device not accepting address" **
>>        *grep -o "USB device is disconnected" **
>>        *dmesg | egrep "device not accepting address" *
>>        *dmesg | egrep "USB device is disconnected" *
>>
>>        If not then you are not experiencing the same issue. If you have
>>        then
>>        it's a universal issue and not hardware specific.
>>
>>        I would really appreciate it if you look into your logs and let
>>        me know.
>>
>>
>>    If you are asking me to look into the logs when the U100 is not
>>    recognised and it is flashing - I'm afraid I can't help much - as
>>    this problem went away and haven't had issues any more for at least
>>    6-8 months now. Considering the U100 persist in giving problems even
>>    after computer restarts somehow sounds to me like a hardware issue.
>>    I wouldn't be surprised if the Acer Aspire motherboard is not coping
>>    very well with both of them being plugged in - although, obviously,
>>    it should.
>>
>>    This linux-usb FAQ seems to also suggest that the problem is
>>    hardware (based on the "device is not accepting address" error
>> message):
>>
>>    http://www.linux-usb.org/FAQ.html#ts6
>>
>>    Have you tried disabling in bios everything you don't use - maybe
>>    sound card, wifi etc. to free some IRQ's?
>>
>>    I run kernel 2.6.33.4-smp - just in case it helps.
>>
>>    Let me know if you need any other info. If you find a final solution
>>    - I would be curious to know - just in case I will stumble over this
>>    problem.
>>
>>    It wouldn't be a bad idea to build a script which grep's lsusb
>>    output - and run it through cron maybe every 10 minutes - to try and
>>    determine more precisely when does the U100 stop being recognised.
>>    Then you can look through the logs to see if there is anything else
>>    happening in the system around the same time.
>>
>>    Sebastian
>>
>>
>>        Regards,
>>        Bruce
>>
>>
>>        On Sat, Jan 1, 2011 at 6:57 PM, Sebastian <s...@open-t.co.uk
>>        <mailto:s...@open-t.co.uk>
>>        <mailto:s...@open-t.co.uk <mailto:s...@open-t.co.uk>>> wrote:
>>
>>            Hi Bruce,
>>
>>
>>            On 12/28/2010 10:51 PM, Bruce B wrote:
>>
>>                Thanks for the input. I can not replicate the situation
>>        as it
>>                happens
>>                randomely or maybe over the weekend. However I have sent
>>        you all the
>>                requested command and logs in a separate e-mail for your
>>                analyzes. The
>>                only thing that stood out at me was the output of "lsusb
>>        -v" at
>>                the very
>>                end where it timed out.
>>
>>                Since all lines didn't work I am to assume that both
>>        module went
>>                down
>>                but per my diagnoses with "hwprobe" I could see one unit
>>                connected and
>>                the other was not when the problem happened. Simply
>>                connecting/disconnecting that unit or connecting it to
>>        another port
>>                solved the problem and it showed up in "hwprobe"
>>
>>                This is an Acer Aspire Revo mini PC. I am wondering if
>>        the U100s
>>                draw
>>                too much power? The only other USB connected device is
>>        the thumb
>>                size
>>                wireless connector for the keyboard.
>>
>>                Acer computer:
>>
>> http://reviews.cnet.com/desktops/acer-aspire-revo-ar1600/4505-3118_7-33777218.html
>>
>>
>>            Don't know if this will help - but I will butt in with what
>>        I have :-)
>>
>>            I've been using a Sangoma U100 adapter for about 2 years
>>        now. It is
>>            connected to a Compaq V2120 laptop (Celeron M 1.4GHz processor)
>>            which serves as my home server. It is actually the main reason
>> I
>>            went for the U100 - as I couldn't add a PCI or PCIe card to
>>        a laptop
>>            to get the FXO ports I needed. I  have to say I really like
>>        the U100
>>            - I believe it is the only low(ish) cost USB based FXO
>>        interface on
>>            the market.
>>
>>            I have had occasional problems with it. I remember it used
>>        to just
>>            stop working - and the lights would start flashing. If I
>>        remember
>>            correctly - I went to Sangoma's website and downloaded the
>>        latest
>>            wanpipe drivers, compiled and installed them - and
>>        everything was ok
>>            after that. At the moment I'm running Asterisk 1.6.2.9 and
>>        wanpipe
>>            3.5.11. I can't remember what version of wanpipe was giving
>>            problems, I'm afraid.
>>
>>            I also found that mine doesn't really like to be hot-plugged
>>        - it
>>            just freezes the system with strange characters on the
>>        screen. But
>>            that was a while ago. Since I've learned it's foibles - it
>>        must be
>>            at least one year since I had to look at it.
>>
>>            Sebastian
>>
>>
>>
>>                Looking forward to your analysis.
>>
>>                Regards,
>>                Bruce
>>
>>                On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 3:58 PM, Moises Silva
>>        <moises.si...@gmail.com <mailto:moises.si...@gmail.com>
>>        <mailto:moises.si...@gmail.com <mailto:moises.si...@gmail.com>>
>>        <mailto:moises.si...@gmail.com <mailto:moises.si...@gmail.com>
>>        <mailto:moises.si...@gmail.com <mailto:moises.si...@gmail.com>>>>
>>
>>                wrote:
>>
>>                    On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 11:33 AM, Bruce B
>>        <bruceb...@gmail.com <mailto:bruceb...@gmail.com>
>>        <mailto:bruceb...@gmail.com <mailto:bruceb...@gmail.com>>
>>        <mailto:bruceb...@gmail.com <mailto:bruceb...@gmail.com>
>>        <mailto:bruceb...@gmail.com <mailto:bruceb...@gmail.com>>>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>                        I appreciate your feedback and let me know what
>>        info I
>>                can post
>>                        here that may help resolve the issue (such as
>> output
>>                from dmesg
>>                        or lspci?).
>>
>>
>>                    Hi Bruce,
>>
>>                    The following would be useful for starters:
>>
>>                    1. cat /etc/wanpipe/*.conf
>>
>>                    2. ifconfig -a (from a working and non-working
>>        situation)
>>
>>                    3. lspci -v and lsusb -v (from a working and
>> non-working
>>                situation)
>>
>>                    4. wanrouter hwprobe verbose (from a working and
>>        non-working
>>                situation)
>>
>>                    5. /var/log/messages (near the date the problem
>>        happened)
>>
>>                    Moises Silva
>>                    Senior Software Engineer
>>                    Sangoma Technologies Inc. | 100 Renfrew Drive, Suite
>>        100,
>>                Markham ON
>>                    L3R 9R6 Canada
>>                    t. 1 905 474 1990 x128 | e. m...@sangoma.com
>>        <mailto:m...@sangoma.com>
>>        <mailto:m...@sangoma.com <mailto:m...@sangoma.com>>
>>        <mailto:m...@sangoma.com <mailto:m...@sangoma.com>
>>
>>        <mailto:m...@sangoma.com <mailto:m...@sangoma.com>>>
>>
>>
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