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Re: [vox-tech] USB Conflict Woes
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Re: [vox-tech] USB Conflict Woes

On Mon 01 Sep 03,  1:49 PM, p@dirac.org <p@dirac.org> said:
> On Mon 01 Sep 03,  1:31 PM, Bill Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> said:
> > 
> > :^)  Good luck, and sorry if I've just wasted your time.
> it takes longer to write than to read.  ;)
> you're talking about host architectures.  they depend on your
> motherboard (or PCI card if you're using USB through PCI), not device.
> USB devices can use both OHCI and UHCI.  otherwise you'd see two versions
> of every USB device.
> i don't believe a USB host controller will be registered by the wrong
> driver.  from his original post, i saw UHCI sucessfully registered.  so
> this isn't his problem.
please run a mental diff:

> fwiw, OHCI is used by:
>    * most non x86 systems 
-    * some non x86 systems that don't use use Intel chipsets
+    * some x86 systems that don't use use Intel chipsets
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