[PLUG] Tata Indicom Photon+ configuration (Olive V-ME101)
kundapurkar at gmail.com
Sun Jan 9 07:12:03 PST 2011
1) people who know me, usually call me shyam.
2) dmesg does not use /proc or /sys
3) usb-devices, lsusb and usb_modeswitch all need to use libusb and
libusb-compat. to the best of my knowledge, neither libusb nor libusb-compat
can still use sysfs. both are on usbfs. if i am wrong, can you please tell
me which version of libusb and libusb-compat can plug into sysfs ? the
hierarchy of usb device info nodes under /sys and /proc are entirely
different. so even "bind"ing /sys/bus/usb to /proc/bus/usb wont do :(
4) the sysad at draisberghof has identified the usb controller chip
(atheros????) used by tata photon+ (qualcomm 201e/2009) to be same as some
earlier "heir" device marketed in europe and suggested a file under
/etc/usb_modeswitch.d/ to be renamed as 201e:2009. the question was posted
from pune. was it you arindam ? please check the following link --->
thanks and cheers guys !
On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 2:01 AM, Arindam Mukherjee <
arindam.mukerjee at gmail.com> wrote:
> > <arindam.mukerjee at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I guess if your kernel has usbfs support compiled (possibly there in
> >> Ubuntu 10.x) then it should work. That way Parag might be able to get
> >> it to work. With my case, there was no support (the earlier discussion
> >> with Viral and Shyamgopal has the details).
> >> Cheers.
> > Hi Arindam, To make this clear, USB FS will allow you to mount usb
> > device entry to /proc/bus/usb/ and get devices file and other file
> > entry. It is not must to use modem. you can use commands, such as
> > dmsg, lsusb and check whether devices are present or not. You can also
> > use sysfs entry and echo "1" to eject entry of sr device intend of
> > doing mount / umount.
> > Good Luck, Viral
> My bad. I guess Raseel's experience could be useful if we could figure
> out the Vendor +
> Product specific MessageEndpoint and the MessageContent which is
> written to this endpoint, for the Olive VME101. That entry should be
> there in his /etc/usb_modeswitch.conf I guess.
> Hope to hear from you Raseel.
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