Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-17 Thread gabor

2014-10-16 10:58 időpontban Hans Petter Selasky ezt írta:

Hi,

You need to run 11-curent, the quirk is not in 10-branch yet.

The following patch for 11-current should fix your device.

Hint: You can boot a 11-current kernel with 10-xxx userland!

Can you test the attached patch on 11-current, and report back?


OK. I've upgraded to 11-CURRENT, patched in the ID-s.
Kldloaded the u3g module (and cannot load the usb_quirk module)
Here is the demsg output after plugging in the stick:

ugen0.2: Vodafone Huawei at usbus0
cdce0: Vodafone Huawei Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei, class 0/0, 
rev 1.10/1.01, addr 2 on usbus0

cdce0: faking MAC address
umass0: Vodafone Huawei Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei, class 0/0, 
rev 1.10/1.01, addr 2 on usbus0

umass0: SCSI over Bulk-Only; quirks = 0x
ue0: USB Ethernet on cdce0
ue0: Ethernet address: 2a:35:81:05:00:00
umass0:2:0: Attached to scbus2
cd1 at umass-sim0 bus 0 scbus2 target 0 lun 0
cd1: Vodafone CD ROM (Huawei) 2.31 Removable CD-ROM SCSI-2 device
cd1: 1.000MB/s transfers
cd1: cd present [65536 x 2048 byte records]
cd1: quirks=0x1010YTE_ONLY

Thanks,

Gabor  Gabor at Zahemszky dot HU 

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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-17 Thread Hans Petter Selasky

On 10/17/14 11:26, ga...@zahemszky.hu wrote:

2014-10-16 10:58 időpontban Hans Petter Selasky ezt írta:

Hi,

You need to run 11-curent, the quirk is not in 10-branch yet.

The following patch for 11-current should fix your device.

Hint: You can boot a 11-current kernel with 10-xxx userland!

Can you test the attached patch on 11-current, and report back?


OK. I've upgraded to 11-CURRENT, patched in the ID-s.
Kldloaded the u3g module (and cannot load the usb_quirk module)
Here is the demsg output after plugging in the stick:

ugen0.2: Vodafone Huawei at usbus0
cdce0: Vodafone Huawei Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei, class 0/0, rev
1.10/1.01, addr 2 on usbus0
cdce0: faking MAC address
umass0: Vodafone Huawei Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei, class 0/0,
rev 1.10/1.01, addr 2 on usbus0
umass0: SCSI over Bulk-Only; quirks = 0x
ue0: USB Ethernet on cdce0
ue0: Ethernet address: 2a:35:81:05:00:00
umass0:2:0: Attached to scbus2
cd1 at umass-sim0 bus 0 scbus2 target 0 lun 0
cd1: Vodafone CD ROM (Huawei) 2.31 Removable CD-ROM SCSI-2 device
cd1: 1.000MB/s transfers
cd1: cd present [65536 x 2048 byte records]
cd1: quirks=0x1010YTE_ONLY

Thanks,

Gabor  Gabor at Zahemszky dot HU 




Hi,

Can you show the output from usbconfig -d X.Y dump_device_desc?

We need to add the non-autoinstall disk ID to u3g aswell.

Thank you!

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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-17 Thread gabor

OK. I've upgraded to 11-CURRENT, patched in the ID-s.
Kldloaded the u3g module (and cannot load the usb_quirk module)
Here is the demsg output after plugging in the stick:

ugen0.2: Vodafone Huawei at usbus0
cdce0: Vodafone Huawei Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei, class 
0/0, rev

1.10/1.01, addr 2 on usbus0
cdce0: faking MAC address
umass0: Vodafone Huawei Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei, class 
0/0,

rev 1.10/1.01, addr 2 on usbus0
umass0: SCSI over Bulk-Only; quirks = 0x
ue0: USB Ethernet on cdce0
ue0: Ethernet address: 2a:35:81:05:00:00
umass0:2:0: Attached to scbus2
cd1 at umass-sim0 bus 0 scbus2 target 0 lun 0
cd1: Vodafone CD ROM (Huawei) 2.31 Removable CD-ROM SCSI-2 
device

cd1: 1.000MB/s transfers
cd1: cd present [65536 x 2048 byte records]
cd1: quirks=0x1010YTE_ONLY

Thanks,

Gabor  Gabor at Zahemszky dot HU 




Hi,

Can you show the output from usbconfig -d X.Y dump_device_desc?

We need to add the non-autoinstall disk ID to u3g aswell.

Thank you!


Hi!

The original ID is: 12d1:1526
The switched ID is: 12d1:14cf

The dump:

# usbconfig -d 0.2 dump_device_desc
ugen0.2: Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei Vodafone Huawei at 
usbus0,

cfg=0 md=HOST spd=FULL (12Mbps) pwr=ON (500mA)

  bLength = 0x0012
  bDescriptorType = 0x0001
  bcdUSB = 0x0110
  bDEviceClass = 0x
  bDeviceSubClass = 0x
  bDeviceProtocol = 0x00
  bMaxPacketSize0 = 0x0040
  idVendor = 0x12d1
  idProduct = 0x14cf
  bcdDevice = 0x0102
  iManufacturer = 0x0003 Vodafone (Huawei)
  iProduct = 0x0002 Vodafone Mobile broadband (Huawei)
  iSerialNumber = 0x  no string
  bNumConfigurations = 0x0001



I have another question. Both ucom and u3g modules loaded, but I 
cannot

find /dev/ttyU* or /dev/cuaU* devices. What's missing?

Bye,

Gabor  Gabor at Zahemszky dot HU 



Can you test the attached patch. Revert the previous ones.

cd sys/dev/usb/
cat u3g.diff | patch

compile new kernel and reboot.

--HPS


Hi!

OK, updated. Now:

dmesg:

===

ugen0.2: Vodafone huawei at usbus0
ugen0.2: Vodafone huawei at usbus0 (disconnected)
ugen0.2: Vodafone huawei at usbus0
u3g0: Vodafone Huawei Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei, class 0/0, rev 
1.10/1.02, addr2 on usbus0

u3g0: Found 3 ports.
umass0: SCSI over Bulk-Only; quirks = 0x
umass0:2:0: Attached to scbus0
cd1 at umass-sim0 bus 0 scbus2 target 0 lun 0
cd1: Vodafone CD ROM (Huawei) 2.31 Removable CD-ROM SCSI-2 device
cd1: 1.000MB/s transfers
cd1: cd present [65536 x 2048 byte records]
cd1: quirks=0x1010YTE_ONLY

===
So, I've lost the cdc0 and ue0 devices, but got the u3g0 device. And we 
have three /dev/ttyU* and /dev/cucU* devices (and the .init and .lock 
devices to all of them).


And of course, I can connect to the device:
# cu -s 115200 -l /dev/cuaU0.0
Connected
atz
OK
ati
Manufacturer: Vodafone (Huawei)
Model: K3772
Revision: 21.157.40.00.11
IMEI: xxx
+GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+ES

OK

Thanks,

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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-17 Thread Hans Petter Selasky

===
So, I've lost the cdc0 and ue0 devices, but got the u3g0 device. And we
have three /dev/ttyU* and /dev/cucU* devices (and the .init and .lock
devices to all of them).

And of course, I can connect to the device:
# cu -s 115200 -l /dev/cuaU0.0
Connected
atz
OK
ati
Manufacturer: Vodafone (Huawei)
Model: K3772
Revision: 21.157.40.00.11
IMEI: xxx
+GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+ES

OK


Hi,

Here is the final patch:

https://svnweb.freebsd.org/changeset/base/273216

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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread Hans Petter Selasky

Hi,

On 10/15/14 22:33, ga...@zahemszky.hu wrote:

Hi!

I borrowed a Vodafone - Huawei K3772 Mobile stick for some days. It's a
bit disappointing, that I could not use it under FreeBSD.
This 3g modem is made by Huawei (the K3772z is made by ZTE) with
vendorID: 0x12d1 and productID: 0x1526.

# usbconfig -d 4.3 dump_device_desc
ugen4.3: Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei Vodafone Huawei at usbus4,
cfg=255 md=HOST spd=HIGH (480Mbps) pwr=ON (500mA)

   bLength = 0x0012
   bDescriptorType = 0x0001
   bcdUSB = 0x0200
   bDeviceClass = 0x
   bDeviceSubClass = 0x
   bDeviceProtocol = 0x
   bMaxPacketSize0 = 0x0040
   idVendor = 0x12d1
   idProduct = 0x1526
   bcdDevice = 0x0102
   iManufacturer = 0x0002  Vodafone (Huawei)
   iProduct = 0x0001  Vodafone Mobile Broadband (Huawei)
   iSerialNumber = 0x  no string
   bNumConfigurations = 0x0001

I tried to switch it to USB-modem mode, but none of the usb_quirks
worked. And with EJECT_HUAWEI, I got an error, too.

# usbconfig -d ugen4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI
Adding quirk 'UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI' failed, continuing.
#


Did you load the u3g and usb_quirk modules first?



Under Linux, with usb_modeswitch, I could switch it to modem, with the
MessageContent=55534243123456780011062001

string, and after it, it will be Vendor=12d1 ProdID=14cf. There are some
interesting information about this modem in this forum thread:

http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?f=4t=1114

Is it possible, to use this modem under FreeBSD? And if yes, how?



Modeswitch is available under FreeBSD too. Check the ports collection. 
Although we prefer putting the quirks into the kernel.


--HPS

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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread gabor

I tried to switch it to USB-modem mode, but none of the usb_quirks
worked. And with EJECT_HUAWEI, I got an error, too.

# usbconfig -d ugen4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI
Adding quirk 'UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI' failed, continuing.
#


Did you load the u3g and usb_quirk modules first?



Yes. My method was:

- first I plugged in the stick.
- Found, that nothing know about it.
- Pulled out
# kldload u3g
- plugged it second time
- nothing
- pulled out
# kldload usb_quirk
# man usb_quirk
- plugged the stick
- tried all of the u3g quirks, found in the manual and in the usbconfig 
dump_quirk_names list

with the command:

usbconfig -d useg4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_*

one after the other. Actually I've just found, that there is a 
remove_quirk subcommand, too.

Maybe I need to remove a quirk if it's not the correct one?

Under Linux, with usb_modeswitch, I could switch it to modem, with 
the


MessageContent=55534243123456780011062001

string, and after it, it will be Vendor=12d1 ProdID=14cf. There are 
some

interesting information about this modem in this forum thread:


http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?f=4t=1114

Is it possible, to use this modem under FreeBSD? And if yes, how?



Modeswitch is available under FreeBSD too. Check the ports



Hm, I didn't know about it, At the evening, I'll try it.



collection. Although we prefer putting the quirks into the kernel.


Isn't it a good idea to make it possible to add new quirks from 
userspace?


Thanks,

Gabor  Gabor at Zahemszky dot HU 
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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread Hans Petter Selasky

Hi,

On 10/15/14 22:33, ga...@zahemszky.hu wrote:

Hi!

I borrowed a Vodafone - Huawei K3772 Mobile stick for some days. It's a
bit disappointing, that I could not use it under FreeBSD.
This 3g modem is made by Huawei (the K3772z is made by ZTE) with
vendorID: 0x12d1 and productID: 0x1526.

# usbconfig -d 4.3 dump_device_desc
ugen4.3: Vodafone Mobile Broadband Huawei Vodafone Huawei at usbus4,
cfg=255 md=HOST spd=HIGH (480Mbps) pwr=ON (500mA)

   bLength = 0x0012
   bDescriptorType = 0x0001
   bcdUSB = 0x0200
   bDeviceClass = 0x
   bDeviceSubClass = 0x
   bDeviceProtocol = 0x
   bMaxPacketSize0 = 0x0040
   idVendor = 0x12d1
   idProduct = 0x1526
   bcdDevice = 0x0102
   iManufacturer = 0x0002  Vodafone (Huawei)
   iProduct = 0x0001  Vodafone Mobile Broadband (Huawei)
   iSerialNumber = 0x  no string
   bNumConfigurations = 0x0001

I tried to switch it to USB-modem mode, but none of the usb_quirks
worked. And with EJECT_HUAWEI, I got an error, too.

# usbconfig -d ugen4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI
Adding quirk 'UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI' failed, continuing.
#


Did you load the u3g and usb_quirk modules first?



Under Linux, with usb_modeswitch, I could switch it to modem, with the
MessageContent=55534243123456780011062001

string, and after it, it will be Vendor=12d1 ProdID=14cf. There are some
interesting information about this modem in this forum thread:

http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?f=4t=1114

Is it possible, to use this modem under FreeBSD? And if yes, how?



Modeswitch is available under FreeBSD too. Check the ports collection. 
Although we prefer putting the quirks into the kernel.


--HPS

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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread Hans Petter Selasky

On 10/16/14 08:48, ga...@zahemszky.hu wrote:

I tried to switch it to USB-modem mode, but none of the usb_quirks
worked. And with EJECT_HUAWEI, I got an error, too.

# usbconfig -d ugen4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI
Adding quirk 'UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI' failed, continuing.
#


Did you load the u3g and usb_quirk modules first?



Yes. My method was:

- first I plugged in the stick.
- Found, that nothing know about it.
- Pulled out
# kldload u3g
- plugged it second time
- nothing
- pulled out
# kldload usb_quirk
# man usb_quirk
- plugged the stick
- tried all of the u3g quirks, found in the manual and in the usbconfig
dump_quirk_names list
with the command:

usbconfig -d useg4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_*

one after the other. Actually I've just found, that there is a
remove_quirk subcommand, too.
Maybe I need to remove a quirk if it's not the correct one?


Under Linux, with usb_modeswitch, I could switch it to modem, with the

MessageContent=55534243123456780011062001


string, and after it, it will be Vendor=12d1 ProdID=14cf. There are some
interesting information about this modem in this forum thread:


http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?f=4t=1114

Is it possible, to use this modem under FreeBSD? And if yes, how?



Modeswitch is available under FreeBSD too. Check the ports



Hm, I didn't know about it, At the evening, I'll try it.



collection. Although we prefer putting the quirks into the kernel.


Isn't it a good idea to make it possible to add new quirks from userspace?


Not always, because then the dummy CD-ROMs will enumerate first.

--HPS

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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread Gary Jennejohn
On Thu, 16 Oct 2014 09:36:31 +0200
Hans Petter Selasky h...@selasky.org wrote:

 On 10/16/14 08:48, ga...@zahemszky.hu wrote:
  I tried to switch it to USB-modem mode, but none of the usb_quirks
  worked. And with EJECT_HUAWEI, I got an error, too.
 
  # usbconfig -d ugen4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI
  Adding quirk 'UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI' failed, continuing.
  #
 
  Did you load the u3g and usb_quirk modules first?
 
 
  Yes. My method was:
 
  - first I plugged in the stick.
  - Found, that nothing know about it.
  - Pulled out
  # kldload u3g
  - plugged it second time
  - nothing
  - pulled out
  # kldload usb_quirk
  # man usb_quirk
  - plugged the stick
  - tried all of the u3g quirks, found in the manual and in the usbconfig
  dump_quirk_names list
  with the command:
 
  usbconfig -d useg4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_*
 
  one after the other. Actually I've just found, that there is a
  remove_quirk subcommand, too.
  Maybe I need to remove a quirk if it's not the correct one?
 
  Under Linux, with usb_modeswitch, I could switch it to modem, with the
 
  MessageContent=55534243123456780011062001
 
 
  string, and after it, it will be Vendor=12d1 ProdID=14cf. There are some
  interesting information about this modem in this forum thread:
 
 
  http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?f=4t=1114
 
  Is it possible, to use this modem under FreeBSD? And if yes, how?
 
 
  Modeswitch is available under FreeBSD too. Check the ports
 
 
  Hm, I didn't know about it, At the evening, I'll try it.
 
 
  collection. Although we prefer putting the quirks into the kernel.
 
  Isn't it a good idea to make it possible to add new quirks from userspace?
 
 Not always, because then the dummy CD-ROMs will enumerate first.
 

Yeah, but according to usb_quirk(4) that's exactly what that module
is supposed to make possible.

-- 
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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread gabor

2014-10-16 09:36 időpontban Hans Petter Selasky ezt írta:

On 10/16/14 08:48, ga...@zahemszky.hu wrote:

I tried to switch it to USB-modem mode, but none of the usb_quirks
worked. And with EJECT_HUAWEI, I got an error, too.

# usbconfig -d ugen4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI
Adding quirk 'UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI' failed, continuing.
#


Did you load the u3g and usb_quirk modules first?



Yes. My method was:

- first I plugged in the stick.
- Found, that nothing know about it.
- Pulled out
# kldload u3g
- plugged it second time
- nothing
- pulled out
# kldload usb_quirk
# man usb_quirk
- plugged the stick
- tried all of the u3g quirks, found in the manual and in the 
usbconfig

dump_quirk_names list
with the command:

usbconfig -d useg4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_*

one after the other. Actually I've just found, that there is a
remove_quirk subcommand, too.
Maybe I need to remove a quirk if it's not the correct one?

Under Linux, with usb_modeswitch, I could switch it to modem, with 
the



MessageContent=55534243123456780011062001


string, and after it, it will be Vendor=12d1 ProdID=14cf. There 
are some

interesting information about this modem in this forum thread:



http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?f=4t=1114

Is it possible, to use this modem under FreeBSD? And if yes, how?



Modeswitch is available under FreeBSD too. Check the ports



Hm, I didn't know about it, At the evening, I'll try it.



collection. Although we prefer putting the quirks into the kernel.


Isn't it a good idea to make it possible to add new quirks from 
userspace?


Not always, because then the dummy CD-ROMs will enumerate first.

--HPS



Hi, I think you misunderstood my comment. I think that we need some 
trick:


- to tell the u3g driver to use a new quirk (UQ_MSC_NEW) ; that the 
hardware
with VendorID X and ProductID Y *will* need to switch with the next 
message:
ABC - where X and Y are known IDs, ABC is a known message, but ABC is 
not a

defined quirk in the  usb_quirk driver.

So I can tell the system, that the unknown K3772 modem - VendorID=12d1 
and
ProductID=12d1 - needs that message (borrowed from usb_modeswitch 
database)

55534243123456780011062001

- to tell the u3g driver, that a HW *will* arrive vith VID X PID Y, and
needs the quirk UQ_MSC_NEW

Thanks,

Gabor  Gabor at Zahemszky dot HU 
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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread Hans Petter Selasky

On 10/16/14 09:50, ga...@zahemszky.hu wrote:

2014-10-16 09:36 időpontban Hans Petter Selasky ezt írta:

On 10/16/14 08:48, ga...@zahemszky.hu wrote:

I tried to switch it to USB-modem mode, but none of the usb_quirks
worked. And with EJECT_HUAWEI, I got an error, too.

# usbconfig -d ugen4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI
Adding quirk 'UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEI' failed, continuing.
#


Did you load the u3g and usb_quirk modules first?



Yes. My method was:

- first I plugged in the stick.
- Found, that nothing know about it.
- Pulled out
# kldload u3g
- plugged it second time
- nothing
- pulled out
# kldload usb_quirk
# man usb_quirk
- plugged the stick
- tried all of the u3g quirks, found in the manual and in the usbconfig
dump_quirk_names list
with the command:

usbconfig -d useg4.3 add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_*

one after the other. Actually I've just found, that there is a
remove_quirk subcommand, too.
Maybe I need to remove a quirk if it's not the correct one?


Under Linux, with usb_modeswitch, I could switch it to modem, with the


MessageContent=55534243123456780011062001



string, and after it, it will be Vendor=12d1 ProdID=14cf. There are
some
interesting information about this modem in this forum thread:



http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?f=4t=1114

Is it possible, to use this modem under FreeBSD? And if yes, how?



Modeswitch is available under FreeBSD too. Check the ports



Hm, I didn't know about it, At the evening, I'll try it.



collection. Although we prefer putting the quirks into the kernel.


Isn't it a good idea to make it possible to add new quirks from
userspace?


Not always, because then the dummy CD-ROMs will enumerate first.

--HPS



Hi, I think you misunderstood my comment. I think that we need some trick:

- to tell the u3g driver to use a new quirk (UQ_MSC_NEW) ; that the
hardware
with VendorID X and ProductID Y *will* need to switch with the next
message:
ABC - where X and Y are known IDs, ABC is a known message, but ABC is not a
defined quirk in the  usb_quirk driver.

So I can tell the system, that the unknown K3772 modem - VendorID=12d1 and
ProductID=12d1 - needs that message (borrowed from usb_modeswitch database)
55534243123456780011062001



Hi,

This quirk already exists.

Can you try:

kldunload usb_quirk
kldload usb_quirk
usbconfig -d X.Y add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEISCSI2

Then re-plug your device?

--HPS


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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread gabor
So I can tell the system, that the unknown K3772 modem - 
VendorID=12d1 and
ProductID=12d1 - needs that message (borrowed from usb_modeswitch 
database)

55534243123456780011062001



Hi,

This quirk already exists.

Can you try:

kldunload usb_quirk
kldload usb_quirk
usbconfig -d X.Y add_quirk UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEISCSI2

Then re-plug your device?


Hi,

actually I can only try it in a VirtualBOX VM. This machine
has 10.1-RC2. But I had two problems:

- something wrong is with the usb_quirk module:
# kldunload usb_quirk
kldunload: can't find file usb_quirk
# kldload usb_quirk
kldload: can't load usb_quirk: module already loaded or in kernel
# kldstat -v | fgrep quirk # ( generates nothing )

- By the way, neither man usb_quirks, nor usbconfig dump_quirk_names 
hasn't got
that UQ_MSC_EJECT_HUAWEISCSI2 name. And it's missing from the C-header 
file
/sys/dev/usb/quirk/usb_quirk.h, too. (Only EJECT_HUAWEI and 
EJECT_HUAWEISCSI exists.)


At the evening, I'll try this command on a real machine, with 10.0-p9, 
but I didn't

remember other HUAWEI quirks, that the two above.

(And my last question: are there any more detailed documentation about 
usbconfig,
than the manual? Actually I don't know what the different commands do, 
eg. maybe
with the add_dev_quirk_vplh, or do_request subcommands, I can create 
new quirks.)


Thanks,

Gabor  Gabor at Zahemszky dot HU 
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Re: u3g and Vodafone k3772 (not k3772z)

2014-10-16 Thread Hans Petter Selasky

Hi,

You need to run 11-curent, the quirk is not in 10-branch yet.

The following patch for 11-current should fix your device.

Hint: You can boot a 11-current kernel with 10-xxx userland!

Can you test the attached patch on 11-current, and report back?

--HPS
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