El día Monday, April 16, 2012 a las 04:51:55PM +0200, Hans Petter Selasky 

> If this is an openmoko, you need to run:

Yes, it is an Openmoko Freerunner which I have updated from a SHR
version from year 2010 to now latest release (stage 046);

> usbconfig -d X.Y set_config 1

I did this already in the past with a devd(8) hook script:

notify 1 {
        match "vendor"          "0x1457";
        match "product"         "0x5122";
        action "/usr/local/etc/devd/moko.sh $ugen";

while watching devd(8) in debug mode I learned that they now have changed
the vendor and product ID to "0x0525" and "0xa4a2" which the Linux kernel 
of the Freerunner presents to the FreeBSD host; and after updating the
values to the new ones all is fine again;

do you know why and how Linux this was changing?

anyway, thanks


Matthias Apitz
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