On Fri, Aug 03, 2007 at 06:54:20PM -0700, Greg KH
That was the conclusion, however, based on the
current conversation on
the linux-usb-devel list, with the Ubuntu and Red Hat developers telling
us of all of the problems that were caused when they did it, I think we
should hold off for now.
My usb printer stops working too. A few seconds after loading usblp
the device goes away and lsusb doesn't even show it, then it appears
again after a few second because lsusb triggers a scan, usblp finds it
and then in a few seconds it's gone again. Initially I set
support_autosuspend=0 in usblp.c to work around it. If you've patches
to test let me know.
Independant of everything else, your printer must be blacklisted.
Please give me vendor:product.
Apart from that I'd like to switch off autosuspend for usblp in 10.3.
On the list we are currently discussing defaults. I'd like to wait a
few days on results and incorporate them.
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