Re: Telling a module to claim a device.

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David Timms wrote:
> Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
>> My memory is failing me today. I have a USB device that is not on
>> the list of devices that the module knows it is for. I know you can
>> pass the Vendor and Product IDs of the USB device to the module, but
>> I can not remember how to do it. Can someone refresh my memory?
> Hi Mikkel,
> Perhaps getting an upstream listing in hal-info will make a solution for
> all users of that usb device, similar to:
> Cheers, DaveT.
In this case, it would be a matter of adding the USB ID for the
device into the drivers alias table. But there is a way to do that
as part of the modprobe line - I just can not remember it. That way,
I can see if the driver will really support the device before trying
to get it added.

Unfortunately, further research shows that it isn't going to work.
(It was already tried.) Another case of the hardware changing
without the model number changing. I should have done my research


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