Daniel Drake wrote:
> :
> 1. Connect to your network using ZD1211
> 2. Generate as much network traffic as possible, i.e. start downloading 
> a large file from a local machine, or upload one, or even do both at the 
> same time
> 3. Run "cat /proc/bus/usb/devices"
> 4. If this doesn't cause immediate disconnect, repeat step 3 many times 
> (say up to 100?) in quick succession. Try and break the poor thing.
> 5. Let me know how you get on (either outcome)
> If anyone can reproduce this relatively easily, we can patch the Linux 
> kernel with a workaround for these devices.

Several people here can reproduce that.
Please tell us the patch for the unix kernel with a workaround for these

Thanks in advance.

-- [EMAIL PROTECTED]/Hikichi, N.  @ SRA
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