On Thu, Aug 02, 2007 at 07:50:27AM +0200, Oliver Neukum wrote:
Am Mittwoch 01 August 2007 schrieb Greg KH:
the other hand, something needs to be done about the case
of not using USB. I'd activate it only for the hub driver.
How about the other way around? ?We should have a way to dynamically add
devices to the quirk list. ?That would probably help the majority of the
people who run into crappy hardware, and also allow people to easily
test things without having to rebuild their whole kernel.
Do you consider $DEVICE/power/level insufficient?
Ah, no that works, but it isn't an automated way for users to handle it
easily. Perhaps a simple YAST module to add new device ids to a udev
rule to handle this automatically?
The newest version of SANE comes with an udev rule
that uses it to
disable autosuspend for scanners.
Do we ship this latest version of SANE with this rule in 10.3?
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