On Sat, Mar 30, 2002 at 01:33:13PM +0000, Josef Karthauser wrote:
> It's more likely that it's a new device that isn't included in usbdevs
> or the driver.  What's the product id that you get with 'usbdevs -v'.
> Check that they're in the usbdevs file and in the driver code.

Good call.  Here's the info:

<1 1105-0> (15:44:40) [will@altair ~]% sudo usbdevs -v
Controller /dev/usb0:
addr 1: self powered, config 1, UHCI root hub(0x0000), Intel(0x0000), rev 1.00
 port 1 addr 2: full speed, power 156 mA, config 1, DSB-650TX USB Ethernet(0x400b), 
D-Link Corp.(0x2001), rev 1.01
  port 2 powered

According to sys/dev/usbdevs:

/* D-Link products */
/*product DLINK DSBS25          0x0100  DSB-S25 serial adapter*/
product DLINK DSB650C           0x4000  10Mbps ethernet adapter
product DLINK DSB650TX          0x4002  10/100 ethernet adapter
product DLINK DSB650TX_PNA      0x4003  1/10/100 ethernet adapter
product DLINK DSB650            0xABC1  10/100 ethernet adapter

So, like I said, you're right.  :)
Is this the only place I need to put information in?  Somehow I
doubt it.  Please provide a patch so I can learn... :)

BTW, I tried to override the default behavior found here by
adding this information to /etc/usbd.conf but that doesn't work..


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