I have now one success and one failure.

I inserted these into the corresponding files:


vendor VIALabs   0x2109 VIA Labs

product TOSHIBA TransMemory      0x6545 USB ThumbDrive
product VIALabs USB30SATABridge 0x0700  USB 3.0 SATA Bridge


        USB_QUIRK(TOSHIBA, TransMemory, 0x0000, 0xffff, UQ_MSC_NO_SYNC_CACHE),
        USB_QUIRK(VIALabs, USB30SATABridge, 0x0000, 0xffff, 

Toshiba was already defined. The constants were taken from what usbconfig 

When I enter now the quirk at the command line, it works for both devices.

When I compile them into the kernel, it only works for the Toshiba device.

Is there anything else I have to consider for a quirk which works from the 
command line?


On Sunday, July 01, 2012 07:02:03 AM Erich Dollansky wrote:
> Hi,
> On Saturday, June 30, 2012 10:02:21 PM Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> > On Saturday 30 June 2012 11:46:10 Erich Dollansky wrote:
> > 
> > You can try to look at the Linux XHCI driver, and the port switching 
> > support 
> > they have. It appears that because many old OS'es does not support USB 3.0 
> > out 
> > of the box, mainboards come with EHCI + XHCI and this requires some magic 
> > bit 
> > fidling, which is not in the FreeBSD XHCI driver.
> I think that this is plain device dependent. I got meanwhile one device 
> working. I used the quirks. I wonder why they are needed for 3 but not for 2 
> to make the device working.
> If I find the time, I will do some tests with the other devices.
> Erich
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