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Re: Mycable XXS board

To: Jun Sun <jsun@mvista.com>
Subject: Re: Mycable XXS board
From: Dan Malek <dan@embeddededge.com>
Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2003 16:54:28 -0500
Cc: Bruno Randolf <br1@4g-systems.de>, Alexander Popov <s_popov@prosyst.bg>, linux-mips@linux-mips.org
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Jun Sun wrote:

I have seen USB working under BE mode in many instances.  (Acutally
that I have two that work.).  I don't think endianess is the issue.

Guess I wasn't clear :-)  That comment was directed toward the on-chip
peripheral version of the USB controller.

Of course, I have only dealt with PCI USB controllers.  On-chip ones may
have another set of additional issues that I am not aware of.

That's what I wanted to clarify.  Are we discussing one of the on-chip
peripheral USB controllers of the Au1xxx, or is it a PCI USB controller
that was plugged into the Au1500.  In the case of the on-chip controller,
there aren't any interrupt routing problems, it's identical (and the same
code) on all Au1xxx boards.

Thanks.

        -- Dan


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