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Poseidon USB for AROS - Final Validation Week

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Hello,

Since the Poseidon for AROS port has been stabilized, here is the bounty summary:

Source codes and documentation has been commited to AROS svn
USB Keyboard, Mouse, Joystick and disks work (see known issues)

Succesful tests:

UHCI + EHCI - 8 (deadwood x 2, DizzyOfCRN, Manu, clusteruk, demether, Paolo, JaCoP)
OHCI + EHCI - 3 (Nikos, Paolo, longskitszo)
Unknown - 5 (FOL_PSPUAE, Bloodline x 3, Gleng)
UHCI - 1 (Alan_Fullarton)

Failed tests:

OHCI + EHCI:
MaaG^dA - 2.0 device work but plugining in 1.1 device freezes AROS
paolo - random freezes of AROS
deadwood - 2.0 device work but plugining in 1.1 device freezes AROS
OHCI:
saimon69 - no devices detected


Known issues:
- an usb disk can be detected by Poseidon but filesystem is not detected (AROS fat.handler problem)
- plugining in the same disks multiplies disk icons (AROS problem)
- slow transfer speeds for fat formatted disks (AROS fat.handler problem)
- EHCI not detected in VMWare 6 (VMWARE problem, EHCI and UHCI on different PCI buses)
- EHCI not detected in VirtualBox 3 - same problem as VMWARE, however adding second pciusb.device unit makes it work correclty
- warm reset does not work (AROS PCI problem)

Fixed issues:
- it is needed to issue Info command to see mounted filesystem


The bounty now enters final confirmation phase. If no new major issues are found within one week, the bounty will be considered completed. Once Chris receives bounty payment, the codes will become licensed under APL.

If you were planning on testing Poseidon for AROS in the 'near future', now is a pretty good time to do it ;) (especially if you have OHCI configuration)

Posted on: 2009/7/24 8:29
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Re: Poseidon USB for AROS - Final Validation Week

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deadwood wrote:
If you were planning on testing Poseidon for AROS in the 'near future', now is a pretty good time to do it ;) (especially if you have OHCI configuration)


How do you find out if you have an OHCI configuration? Might burn that test ISO tonight.

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Follow the instructions on starting Poseidon. Once the controller is 'online' it's description will tell you what kind of hardware do you have (OHCI. OHCI+EHCI, UHCI, UHCI+EHCI)

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Follow the instructions on starting Poseidon. Once the controller is 'online' it's description will tell you what kind of hardware do you have (OHCI. OHCI+EHCI, UHCI, UHCI+EHCI)


Cool, will look out for it. Have downloaded Paolone's test ISO. Before I test Poseidon is there a recommended procedure to follow when submitting bug reports, what are the most useful diagnostic outputs to collect?

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If I had been informed of this initiative before, I'd have prepared a NEW test ISO, since the one that I cooked a week ago hasn't got yet latest fixes for Poseidon. At least, please wait for a new test ISO to do these tests.

I don't think nightly builds' pciusb.device has debug level 5 enabled.

@HenryCase:
You should have found all your answers in the same page you downloaded my test ISO from.

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paolone wrote:
If I had been informed of this initiative before, I'd have prepared a NEW test ISO, since the one that I cooked a week ago hasn't got yet latest fixes for Poseidon. At least, please wait for a new test ISO to do these tests.


Don't worry :) The ISO you prepared last time is good enough :) There were only a few minor changes done after you released your ISO (anyhow test reports look good)

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Ok, the new ISO is uploading. While waiting, here is my first test result with VMware

- (second) EHCI controller separed from the UHCI one now works (VMware issue FIXED)

- USB 2.0 devices now mounted on VMware and, depending on filesystem, they are mounted (work for me)

- FAT32 devices now automounted and appearing on Wanderer, however issues with long filenames remain (fat.handler issue?)

EDIT: since I can't attach zip files to aros-exec anymore, here are my DEBUG logs.

> Download them (zip file format)

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Ahh, great to hear USB under VMware will work :)

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I've added also my debug logs. Please give a peek at them.

EDIT: OK, THE NEW ISO IS UP!
Grab it from www.icarosdesktop.org!

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Testing with Test CD Poseidon 3... with Athlon 700Mhz on AMD chipset motherboard. Three USB Hub controllers (2xOHCI non-NEC and 1 via based UHCI/EHCI).

Points to note - OHCI that is not NEC or nVidia based should be avoided. Can anyone with nvidia nForce and NEC based OHCI confirm that this works?

Setting up other hub controllers requires two presses of Online to get going. Is this normal for anyone else?

Remapping Mustek 1200UB device to rawwrap didn't change any settings in Trident Class and Bindings Headings...

Installing ptp.library on a Canon digital camera works but open a shell window and issue info leads to AROS crashing (probably not a Trident/Poseidon issue). Anyone else experienced this?




PCIool

OHCI AMD-756 [VIPER] USB 0x1022 0x740c IRQ 10 (D) Bar0 at 0xeefff000 (size 0x1000)
OHCI USB0670 0x1095 0x0670 IRQ 11 (A) Bar0 at 0xefffe000 (size 0x1000)
UHCI VIA VT82xxxx 0x1106 0x03038 IRQ 10 (A) Bar4 i/o at 0xcc00 (size 0x20)
UHCI VIA VT82xxxx 0x1106 0x3038 IRQ 5 (B) Bar4 i/o at 0xd000 (size 0x20)
EHCI VIA 0x1106 0x3104 IRQ 11 (C) Baro i/o at 0xeefffde00 (size 0x100)

The onboard firewire of the VIA card shares IRQ 10 (A)
The onboard ES1371 shares IRQ 11 (A) as well as the Nvidia card.



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Resident modules (addr: pri version name):
+ 0x001047c0: 126 41 "exec.library"
+ 0x001e17a0: 110 41 "expansion.library"
+ 0x001e22a0: 104 1 "partition.library"
+ 0x001e00c0: 103 41 "utility.library"
+ 0x001dc3a0: 102 41 "aros.library"
+ 0x001d9800: 100 41 "bootloader.resource"
+ 0x001e1a80: 94 41 "oop.library"
+ 0x001e75c0: 92 1 "hiddclass.hidd"
+ 0x001e7be0: 90 1 "irq.hidd"
+ 0x001e9720: 90 1 "pci.hidd"
+ 0x001eaa40: 89 1 "pcipc.hidd"
+ 0x001de140: 65 41 "graphics.library"
+ 0x001e1d00: 60 41 "layers.library"
+ 0x001e2520: 50 41 "timer.device"
+ 0x001d9740: 45 41 "battclock.resource"
+ 0x001da0e0: 45 41 "misc.resource"
+ 0x001e27e0: 44 41 "keyboard.device"
+ 0x001e30a0: 44 41 "gameport.device"
+ 0x001e1500: 40 41 "keymap.library"
+ 0x001e2620: 30 41 "input.device"
+ 0x001e0460: 15 50 "intuition.library"
+ 0x001e7da0: 10 1 "graphics.hidd"
+ 0x001e7720: 9 1 "serial.hidd"
+ 0x001e7920: 9 1 "mouse.hidd"
+ 0x001e8a80: 9 1 "kbd.hidd"
+ 0x001e8c00: 9 1 "vesagfx.hidd"
+ 0x001e9300: 9 1 "vgah.hidd"
+ 0x001e21a0: 8 41 "cybergraphics.library"
+ 0x001e28e0: 4 41 "console.device"
+ 0x001e31a0: 4 41 "ata.device"
+ 0x001e40a0: 0 41 "trackdisk.device"
+ 0x001dbf00: - 50 41 "Boot Strap"
+ 0x001dc700: - 120 41 "dos.library"
+ 0x001e4cc0: - 122 1 "cdrom.handler"
+ 0x001e5420: - 122 41 "afs.handler"
+ 0x001e5c20: - 122 1 "sfs.handler"
+ 0x001dcfc0: - 123 41 "LDDemon"
+ 0x001e4220: - 124 41 "con.handler"
+ 0x001e4a00: - 124 1 "packet.handler"
+ 0x001e48e0: - 125 41 "nil.handler"
+ 0x001e4ba0: - 125 1 "amberram.handler"
+ 0x001d9ae0: - 127 41 "bootmenu.resource"
+ 0x001d9ca0: - 128 41 "dosboot.resource"
[BootLdr] Init: Loadername = GRUB 1.96
[BootLdr] Init: Argument /boot/aros-pc-i386.gz
[BootLdr] Init: Argument vesa=1024x768
[BootLdr] Init: Argument ATA=32bit
[BootLdr] Init: Argument debug=memory
[BootLdr] Init: Argument floppy=disabled
[BootLdr] Init: Vesa card capability flags: 0x00000001
[BootLdr] Init: Vesa mode 118 type (1024x768x32)
[BootLdr] Init: Vesa FB at 0xe2000000 size 4096 kB
[BootLdr] Init: Vesa mode palette width: 187
[BootLdr] Init: Vesa mode direct color flags 00
[PCI] Initializing PCI system
[PCIDriver] Dummy Driver initialization
[PCI] base class initialization
[PCI] Everything OK
PCPCI: Driver initialization
PCPCI: Configuration mechanism 1 detected
PCPCI: Adding Driver to main the class OK
[PCI] Adding Driver class 0x010b8280
[PCI] Adding driver PCINative (IA32 native direct access PCI driver) to the system
[PCI] Scanning bus 0
[PCIDevice] 00.00.0 = 1022:7006 (Bridge Host-PCI )
[PCIDevice] 00.01.0 = 1022:7007 (Bridge PCI-PCI Standard)
[PCIDevice] 00.07.0 = 1022:7408 (Bridge PCI-ISA )
[PCIDevice] 00.07.1 = 1022:7409 (Mass storage IDE )
[PCIDevice] 00.07.3 = 1022:740b (Bridge Other )
[PCIDevice] 00.07.4 = 1022:740c (Serial USB )
[PCIDevice] 00.09.0 = 1095:0670 (Serial USB )
[PCIDevice] 00.0a.0 = 10b7:9005 (Network Ethernet )
[PCIDevice] 00.0b.0 = 1106:3038 (Serial USB UHCI)
[PCIDevice] 00.0b.1 = 1106:3038 (Serial USB UHCI)
[PCIDevice] 00.0b.2 = 1106:3104 (Serial USB )
[PCIDevice] 00.0b.3 = 1106:3044 (Serial IEE1394 )
[PCIDevice] 00.0c.0 = 1274:1371 (Multimedia Audio )
[PCI] Scanning bus 1
[PCIDevice] 01.05.0 = 10de:002d (Video PC Compatible VGA)
PCPCI: All OK
[Vesa] Init: Bootloader.resource opened
[Vesa] Init: Got Vesa structure from resource
[Vesa] HwInit: Clearing 3072 kB of framebuffer at 0xe2000000 size 4096 kB
[Vesa] HwInit: Linear framebuffer at 0xe2000000
[Vesa] HwInit: Screenmode 1024x768x32
[Vesa] HwInit: Masks R 00ff0000<< 8 G 0000ff00<<16 B 000000ff<<24
[Vesa] HwInit: PaletteWidth 187
[vesa] HwInit: BytesPerPixel 4
[VESA] Init: Everything OK
[ATA ] ata_PCIEnumerator_h: Found IDE device 1022:7409
[ATA ] Approximate number of iterations per 100 nanoseconds: 2
[ATA02] ata_Identify: Unit info: SAMSUNG DVD-ROM SD-608 / / BS13
[ATA02] ata_Identify: Unit info: 0000000 28bit / 0000:00000000 48bit addressable blocks
[ATA00] ata_Identify: Unit info: FUJITSU MPE3273AT / 05000635 / ED-03-04
[ATA00] ata_Identify: Unit info: 32e7880 28bit / 0000:00000000 48bit addressable blocks
[Boot] AddPartitionVolume
[Boot] MBR partition
[Boot] Partition name: ATA0P0 type: 12 bootable: 1
[Boot] Looking up handler for 0x56464154
[Boot] found handler: fat.handler
[Boot] AddBootNode(ATA0P0,0x56464154,'fat.handler')
[Boot] AddPartitionVolume
[Boot] MBR partition
[Boot] Partition name: ATA0P1 type: 6 bootable: 1
[Boot] Looking up handler for 0x46415420
[Boot] found handler: fat.handler
[Boot] AddBootNode(ATA0P1,0x46415420,'fat.handler')
[Boot] AddPartitionVolume
[Boot] RDB partition
[Boot] Partition name: DH0 bootable: 1
[Boot] Looking up handler for 0x53465300
[Boot] found handler: sfs.handler
[Boot] AddBootNode(DH0,0x53465300,'sfs.handler')
[Boot] AddPartitionVolume
[Boot] RDB partition
[Boot] Partition name: DH1 bootable: 0
[Boot] Looking up handler for 0x53465300
[Boot] found handler: sfs.handler
[Boot] AddBootNode(DH1,0x53465300,'sfs.handler')
[DOS] DosInit: InitCode(RTF_AFTERDOS)
[packet] couldn't open fat.handler
[packet] couldn't open fat.handler
[DOSBoot] __dosboot_BootProcess: Booting from device 'CD2:'
INIT FAKEGFXCLASS
FAKE GFX CLASS INITED
rethink_cursor()
The function arosc/signal() is not implemented.
[MSS] Mass Storage Expunge
[MSS] Mass Storage Expunge
[MSS] Mass Storage Expunge
dev.c:devInit/20: devInit base: 0x024d3838 SysBase: 0x01074e90
dev.c:devInit/34: devInit: Ok
dev.c:devInit/45: devInit: openCnt = 0
dev.c:devOpen/61: devOpen ioreq: 0x024c1588 unit: 0 flags: 0x00000000 base: 0x024d3838
dev.c:devOpen/63: devOpen: openCnt = 0
pci_aros.c:pciInit/110: *** pciInit(024d3838) ***
pci_aros.c:pciInit/152: Searching for xHCI devices...
pci_aros.c:pciEnumerator/74: Found PCI device 0x7 of type 16, Intline=10
pci_aros.c:pciEnumerator/74: Found PCI device 0x9 of type 16, Intline=11
pci_aros.c:pciEnumerator/74: Found PCI device 0xb of type 0, Intline=10
pci_aros.c:pciEnumerator/74: Found PCI device 0xb of type 0, Intline=5
pci_aros.c:pciEnumerator/74: Found PCI device 0xb of type 32, Intline=11
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/332: *** pciAllocUnit(024f0424) ***
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/616: VirtualAdjust 0x00000000
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/621: HCCA 0x0250d000
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/730: RegBase = 0xeffff000
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/738: Found OHCI Controller 010ba6b8 FuncNum = 0, Rev 110, with 4 ports
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/742: Powerswitching: available global
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/748: BIOS still has hands on OHCI, trying to get rid of it
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/758: BIOS gave up on OHCI. Pwned!
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/773: Resetting OHCI HC
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/789: Reset finished after 0 ticks
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/797: FrameInterval=00002edf
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/833: Individual power switching not available, turning on all ports!
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/846: HW Init done
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/1217: Unit 0: USB Board 00000007 has 4 USB1.1 and 0 USB2.0 ports!
pci_aros.c:pciAllocUnit/1261: Unit allocated!
uhwcmd.c:cmdQueryDevice/399: UHCMD_QUERYDEVICE ioreq: 0x024c1588, taglist: 0x024d34f8
uhwcmd.c:cmdUsbReset/276: UHCMD_USBRESET ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241bcba
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1422: RH: Unsupported command 80 00 0000 0000 0002!
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/623: Set Feature 8 maps from glob. Port 1 to local Port 0 (U/OHCI)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/749: Powering Port (already)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/623: Set Feature 8 maps from glob. Port 2 to local Port 1 (U/OHCI)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/749: Powering Port (already)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/623: Set Feature 8 maps from glob. Port 3 to local Port 2 (U/OHCI)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/749: Powering Port (already)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/623: Set Feature 8 maps from glob. Port 4 to local Port 3 (U/OHCI)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/749: Powering Port (already)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1262: OHCI Port 0 (glob. 1) is FULLSPEED
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1263: OHCI Port 1 Status 00000100 (00000100)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1287: OHCI Port 1 Change 00000000
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1262: OHCI Port 1 (glob. 2) is FULLSPEED
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1263: OHCI Port 2 Status 00000100 (00000100)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1287: OHCI Port 2 Change 00000000
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1262: OHCI Port 2 (glob. 3) is FULLSPEED
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1263: OHCI Port 3 Status 00000100 (00000100)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1287: OHCI Port 3 Change 00000000
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFer/1481: UHCMD_CONTROLXFER ioreq: 0x0241c222
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1262: OHCI Port 3 (glob. 4) is FULLSPEED
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1263: OHCI Port 4 Status 00000100 (00000100)
uhwcmd.c:cmdControlXFerRootHub/1287: OHCI Port 4 Change 00000000
uhwcmd.c:cmdIntXFer/1635: UHCMD_INTXFER ioreq: 0x0241c2b2
rethink_cursor()
The function ChangeExtSpriteA() is not implemented.








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11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Welcome to poseidon.library 4.3 (24.7.2009) Copyright 2002-2009 Chris Hodges (20090701)!
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: This is the AROS port.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Event broadcaster started.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Say hello to asixeth.class V4.3 (Ethernet SANA driver for ASIX chipsets via usbasixeth.device).
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Whoah! bluetooth.class V4.3 surprised as Bluetooth HCI via usbbluetooth.device.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: The door bell rang for bootkeyboard.class V4.3 (Support for keyboards in boot protocol mode).
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Welcome bootmouse.class V4.3 (Support for mice/tablets in boot protocol mode) to the party.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Don't laugh at camdusbmidi.class V4.3 for USB MIDI CAMD Interface class.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Time has come for cdcacm.class V4.3 (USB modems and OBEX via usbmodem.device) to join the show.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Start blaming dfu.class V4.3 for helping at Firmware Upgrading/Downloading.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Ain't dm9601eth.class V4.3 useful for Ethernet SANA driver for Davicom chipsets via dm9601eth.device?
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Say hello to egalaxtouch.class V4.3 (Support for eGalax Touchscreens).
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Whoah! ethwrap.class V4.3 surprised as Ethernet SANA wrapper for simple devices via usbethwrap.device.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: The door bell rang for hid.class V4.3 (Generic support for human interface devices).
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Welcome hub.class V4.3 (Root/external hub base class) to the party.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Don't laugh at massstorage.class V4.3 for Supports storage devices via usbscsi.device.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Time has come for moschipeth.class V4.3 (Ethernet SANA driver for MosChip MCS7830 chipset via usbmoschipeth.device) to join the show.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Start blaming palmpda.class V4.3 for helping at Palm PDA HotSync via usbpalm.device.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Ain't pegasus.class V4.3 useful for Ethernet SANA driver for Pegasus chipsets via usbpegasus.device?
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Say hello to printer.class V4.3 (Bidirectional printer driver via usbparallel.device).
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Whoah! ptp.class V4.3 surprised as Support for DigiCams and MTP via PictureTransferProtocol (PTP).
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: The door bell rang for rawwrap.class V4.3 (Simple USB bulk IO wrapper via usbraw.device).
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Welcome serialcp210x.class V4.3 (CP210x serial adapter via serialcp210x.device) to the party.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Don't laugh at serialpl2303.class V4.3 for PL2303 serial adapter via serialpl2303.device.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Time has come for simplemidi.class V4.3 (Simple MIDI-IN Stream class mapping to keyboard) to join the show.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Start blaming stir4200.class V4.3 for helping at IrDA Bridge for STIr4200 chipsets via usbstir4200.device.
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Ain't usbaudio.class V4.3 useful for USB Audio Streaming Interface class?
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: New hardware devs:USBHardware/pciusb.device/0 added (PCI OHCI USB 1.1 Host Controller (NEC)).
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: Root hub has been enumerated.
11:49 am| 0-hub.class: Hub with 4 ports successfully configured.
11:49 am| 0-hub.class: I'm in love with hub 'PCI Root Hub Unit 0'.
11:49 am| 10-poseidon.library: Failed to write config to 'ENVARC:Sys/poseidon.prefs'!
11:49 am| 0-poseidon.library: PoPo kicks ass.
11:51 am| 5-Trident: Forcing a DirScan for (new) classes, as you probably updated to a newer version.
11:52 am| 20-poseidon.library: Opening DEVS:USBHardware/pciusb.device unit 0 failed unit already open (-6).
11:52 am| 0-poseidon.library: New hardware DEVS:USBHardware/pciusb.device/1 added (PCI OHCI USB 1.1 Host Controller (NEC)).
11:52 am| 0-poseidon.library: Root hub has been enumerated.
11:52 am| 0-hub.class: Hub with 2 ports successfully configured.
11:52 am| 0-hub.class: I'm in love with hub 'PCI Root Hub Unit 1'.
11:52 am| 20-poseidon.library: Opening DEVS:USBHardware/pciusb.device unit 0 failed unit already open (-6).
11:52 am| 0-poseidon.library: New hardware DEVS:USBHardware/pciusb.device/2 added (PCI 2xUHCI+EHCI USB 2.0 Host Controller (VIA, Intel, ALI, etc.)).
11:52 am| 0-poseidon.library: Root hub has been enumerated.
11:52 am| 0-hub.class: Hub with 4 ports successfully configured.
11:52 am| 0-hub.class: I'm in love with hub 'PCI Root Hub Unit 2'.
11:52 am| 0-hub.class: Detected device 'USB Keyboard' at port 2. I like it.
11:52 am| 10-PoPo: Could not load soundfile 'SYS:Prefs/Presets/Poseidon/Connect.iff'.
11:52 am| 0-poseidon.library: Device 'USB2.0 Storage Device' says it is currently bus-powered. Fixing config.
11:52 am| 0-hub.class: Detected device 'USB2.0 Storage Device' at port 3. I like it.
11:52 am| 0-hub.class: Hub has added 2 device(s). That'll be fun!
11:52 am| 5-hid.class: Using AROS IND_ADDEVENT workaround to fix some mouse & keyboard problems.
11:52 am| 5-hid.class: SET_IDLE=0 failed: endpoint stall (4)!
11:52 am| 0-hid.class: Using HID Descriptor from initial configuration run.
11:52 am| 0-hid.class: HID the road, 'USB Keyboard'!
11:52 am| 5-hid.class: Using AROS IND_ADDEVENT workaround to fix some mouse & keyboard problems.
11:52 am| 0-hid.class: Using HID Descriptor from initial configuration run.
11:52 am| 0-hid.class: HID the road, 'USB Keyboard'!
11:52 am| 0-massstorage.class: Postconfig patchflags 0x0342 ModeXLate FixInq36 SimpleSCSI NoReset.
11:52 am| 0-massstorage.class: MSD 'USB2.0 Storage Device' LUN 0 available through usbscsi.device unit 0!
11:52 am| 0-massstorage.class: Device 'DVD-ROM LTD-165H' is of CD/DVD ROM type.
11:52 am| 5-massstorage.class: Silently increasing NAK Timeout value to 15 seconds for CD/DVD drives...
11:52 am| 0-massstorage.class: Removable Task started.
11:52 am| 0-poseidon.library: Device 'Canon Digital Camera' says it is currently bus-powered. Fixing config.
11:52 am| 0-hub.class: New device 'Canon Digital Camera' at port 1. Very nice.
11:52 am| 0-ptp.class: Hold still for images from for 'Canon Digital Camera'!
11:52 am| 0-ptp.class: Model 'Canon PowerShot A560' by 'Canon Inc.'.
11:52 am| 0-ptp.class: Camera Version '1-3.0.1.0', Serial '67BF4433D1064BEFB83B40C87FF5CF62'.
11:54 am| 10-hid.class: Interrupt pipe failed: response timeout (6)!
11:54 am| 10-hid.class: Interrupt pipe failed: response timeout (6)!
11:54 am| 0-hub.class: Device 'USB Keyboard' at port 2 is gone!
11:54 am| 0-hid.class: And don't you come back no more, 'USB Keyboard'!
11:54 am| 0-hid.class: And don't you come back no more, 'USB Keyboard'!
11:54 am| 10-PoPo: Could not load soundfile 'SYS:Prefs/Presets/Poseidon/Disconnect.iff'.
11:54 am| 0-hub.class: New device 'Cls=0/Vdr=055F/PID=0006' at port 2. Very nice.
11:55 am| 0-Trident: Forcing device binding of Cls=0/Vdr=055F/PID=0006 to rawwrap.class.


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Skipping 'PCI Root Hub Unit 0-0000-0000-n/a-00' (use SHOWROOT to list)
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Skipping 'PCI Root Hub Unit 1-0000-0000-n/a-01' (use SHOWROOT to list)
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Skipping 'PCI Root Hub Unit 2-0000-0000-n/a-02' (use SHOWROOT to list)
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Poseidon DevID : 'USB Keyboard-1241-1603-n/a-00'
Product Name : 'USB Keyboard' (ID: 1603, Vers: 0280)
Manufacturer : '' (Vendor: 1241 (Belkin (?)))
Serial Number : 'n/a' (USBVers: 0110)
Device State : lowspeed connected hasaddress hasdevdesc configured
SplitTransaction: USB1.1 at USB2.0 port!
Device Address : 2 (Port 2 at PCI Root Hub Unit 2)
Class/Sub/Proto : 0/0/0 (<unknown>)
MaxPktSize EP 0 : 8
Power Check : Supply = 500mA, Drain = 100mA
Current Language: English (United States)
Supported Langs : English (United States)

1 configuration(s):

· Config 1 (Configuration 1)
Attrs : bus-powered remote-wakeup
MaxPower: 100 mA

2 interface(s) for this config:
· Interface 0 (HID interface (0)) (ID: '00-00-03-01-01')
Alternate Setting: 0
Class/Sub/Proto : 3/1/1 (HID (Keyboard))

This interface is bound to hid.class, context 02C60338.

1 endpoint(s) for this interface:
· Endpoint 1 (interrupt <-[ IN)
MaxPktSize: 8
Interval : 10 ms

No alternate settings.

· Interface 1 (HID interface (1)) (ID: '01-00-03-00-00')
Alternate Setting: 0
Class/Sub/Proto : 3/0/0 (HID)

This interface is bound to hid.class, context 02C693F8.

1 endpoint(s) for this interface:
· Endpoint 2 (interrupt <-[ IN)
MaxPktSize: 8
Interval : 10 ms

No alternate settings.

Standard Descriptors:
Desc. 01 (Device), 18 bytes
Desc. 02 (Configuration), 9 bytes (Config 1)
Desc. 04 (Interface), 9 bytes (Iface 0/0, Cfg 1)
Desc. 21 (HID), 9 bytes (Iface 0/0, Cfg 1)
00: 09 21 10 01 00 01 22 3E 00
Desc. 05 (Endpoint), 7 bytes (EP 1, IF 0/0, Cfg 1)
Desc. 04 (Interface), 9 bytes (Iface 1/0, Cfg 1)
Desc. 21 (HID), 9 bytes (Iface 1/0, Cfg 1)
00: 09 21 10 01 00 01 22 65 00
Desc. 05 (Endpoint), 7 bytes (EP 2, IF 1/0, Cfg 1)

Google: http://www.google.com/search?q=usb+0x1241+0x1603
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Poseidon DevID : 'USB2.0 Storage Device-04B4-6830-DEF10F1DB956-00'
Product Name : 'USB2.0 Storage Device' (ID: 6830, Vers: 0001)
Manufacturer : 'Cypress Semiconductor' (Vendor: 04B4 (Cypress Semiconductor Corp.))
Serial Number : 'DEF10F1DB956' (USBVers: 0200)
Device State : highspeed connected hasaddress hasdevdesc configured
Device Address : 3 (Port 3 at PCI Root Hub Unit 2)
Class/Sub/Proto : 0/0/0 (<unknown>)
MaxPktSize EP 0 : 64
Power Check : Supply = 500mA, Drain = 0mA
Current Language: English (United States)
Supported Langs : English (United States)

1 configuration(s):

· Config 1 (Configuration 1)
Attrs : bus-powered
MaxPower: 0 mA

1 interface(s) for this config:
· Interface 0 (MassStorage interface (0)) (ID: '00-00-08-06-50')
Alternate Setting: 0
Class/Sub/Proto : 8/6/80 (MassStorage (SCSI))

This interface is bound to massstorage.class, context 02C3E8AC.

2 endpoint(s) for this interface:
· Endpoint 2 (bulk OUT ]->)
MaxPktSize: 512
NAK-Rate : 0 µFrames
· Endpoint 6 (bulk <-[ IN)
MaxPktSize: 512
NAK-Rate : 0 µFrames

No alternate settings.

Standard Descriptors:
Desc. 01 (Device), 18 bytes
Desc. 02 (Configuration), 9 bytes (Config 1)
Desc. 04 (Interface), 9 bytes (Iface 0/0, Cfg 1)
Desc. 05 (Endpoint), 7 bytes (EP 2, IF 0/0, Cfg 1)
Desc. 05 (Endpoint), 7 bytes (EP 6, IF 0/0, Cfg 1)

Google: http://www.google.com/search?q=usb+0x04B4+0x6830
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Poseidon DevID : 'Canon Digital Camera-04A9-314D-67BF4433D1064BEFB83B40C87FF5CF62?-00'
Product Name : 'Canon Digital Camera' (ID: 314D, Vers: 0002)
Manufacturer : 'Canon Inc.' (Vendor: 04A9 (Canon, Inc.))
Serial Number : '67BF4433D1064BEFB83B40C87FF5CF62?' (USBVers: 0200)
Device State : highspeed connected hasaddress hasdevdesc configured
Device Address : 4 (Port 1 at PCI Root Hub Unit 2)
Class/Sub/Proto : 0/0/0 (<unknown>)
MaxPktSize EP 0 : 64
Power Check : Supply = 500mA, Drain = 2mA
Current Language: English (United States)
Supported Langs : English (United States)

1 configuration(s):

· Config 1 (Configuration 1)
Attrs : bus-powered
MaxPower: 2 mA

1 interface(s) for this config:
· Interface 0 (Still Images interface (0)) (ID: '00-00-06-01-01')
Alternate Setting: 0
Class/Sub/Proto : 6/1/1 (PTP Camera)

This interface is bound to ptp.class, context 02DBAFB4.

3 endpoint(s) for this interface:
· Endpoint 1 (bulk <-[ IN)
MaxPktSize: 512
NAK-Rate : 0 µFrames
· Endpoint 2 (bulk OUT ]->)
MaxPktSize: 512
NAK-Rate : 0 µFrames
· Endpoint 3 (interrupt <-[ IN)
MaxPktSize: 8
Interval : 256 µFrames

No alternate settings.

Standard Descriptors:
Desc. 01 (Device), 18 bytes
Desc. 02 (Configuration), 9 bytes (Config 1)
Desc. 04 (Interface), 9 bytes (Iface 0/0, Cfg 1)
Desc. 05 (Endpoint), 7 bytes (EP 1, IF 0/0, Cfg 1)
Desc. 05 (Endpoint), 7 bytes (EP 2, IF 0/0, Cfg 1)
Desc. 05 (Endpoint), 7 bytes (EP 3, IF 0/0, Cfg 1)

Google: http://www.google.com/search?q=usb+0x04A9+0x314D
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