Here is the Gutsy macbook pro where it doesn’t work: I checked out the current kernel tree in Gutsy – there seemed to be Keyspan modules in there. Maybe if I get some free time this weekend I’ll finally get around to building an updated package. Ok, roll your own. But the kernel build system is already complex without adding the debian layers around it, and I’m fairly lost.
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Obviosuly, this is a poor solution. We have been using these devices extensively on many machines since they always had good linux support. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. All times adaptter GMT I don’t have a very good english so i can’t very well express how gratful i’am!
Not liunx them doesn’t “fix” a possible licence incompatibility since they are shipped: Comment on this change optional. The changelog from Ben Collins doesn’t mention a licensing issue.
Unfortunately we can’t fix it, because your description doesn’t yet have enough information. See full activity log. Their site recommends using a linux which supports their product.
Patch for Keyspan USB-serial adapter
Worked for me too on a Raspberry Pi model B using a powered hub. I figured that I’d comment here, rather than asking in a forum just yet to add my voice to the chorus saying that disabling the user’s hardware over an abstract licensing tif, and not providing an obvious and simple way for the user to make the opposite choice, is a less than fully correct thing to do.
I don’t have my laptop handy at the moment to check my config file I will try compiling a kernel this weekend using your guide as a reference. Any help would be appriciated.
Patch for Keyspan USB-serial adapter…
Enable SLUB slab allocator vs. I have the exact same problem.
Comments 10 Trackbacks 1. Linux USB – Serial. I didn’t realize that.
Using a Tripp Lite Keyspan USAHS USB serial adapter with Debian Linux
I’m not familiar with the oldconfig script you’re referring to. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Add tsdev to list of modules intentionally removed. Linux – General Adapted Linux forum is for general Linux questions and discussion.
I can’t speak for Denis’s kernel but you really have nothing to lose by compiling your own.
seria, Ben, please fix it!!! If you look at the comments in the posting on my web site there is a recent comment by a guy named Bob that explains how to tweak my package to install on the current kernel version.
I would rather not have to change linux distributions. Well, it does appear to see it – it just doesn’t power it The adapter was plugged into both systems when I captured this information.
James Cape jcape wrote on But the kernel build system is already complex without adding the debian layers around it, and I’m fairly lost. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
Found this link with firmware zip file Not sure where he got it though http: Maybe if I get some free time this weekend I’ll finally get around to building an updated package.
Denis, Thank you for all your hard work in fixing this problem and sharing it with the rest of the ksb.