I recently plugged in an Sparkle Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS PCI-card in my computer, when doing so it seemed to work with the noveau drivers (but extremely slow) but not with the nvidia drivers. When the nvidia drivers are used I get USB error like this:
[ 16.644064] usb 1-3: device not accepting address 2, error -110
I don't get a graphical display either, but the non-X works.
I plugged my device in last night to let it charge, since it was at 1% battery. When I woke up it was completely dead. Plugged it in to a different charger (the one that worked perfectly to charge my phone that same night) and left for work. After I returned from work I found it was still off, with no luck of turning it on, even while still plugged into the wall.
A couple weeks ago I purchased a Logitech webcam at a garage sale; It did not come with any driver DVDs or anything like that. I plugged it in, turned on my computer, and continued work as usual. I did not at the time (and still have not) gotten any drivers for the device.
Recently, though, I started up an audio software named as Cubase, only to find that it was picking up audio reads off of...
I am having problems connecting my Samsung Note 3 to Windows 7 64bit on my laptop. I have installed Kies and drivers already and still nothing. Under device manager it is still labeled "Unknown Device". When I plug in my Note 3 in it will attempt to install device driver but ends up saying "Device unplugged".
I tried both of my USB port on laptop and none of them works.
This used to work. I plug the USB cable into the device and Nexus 7 showed up as a drive. Now it fails. The device driver stops saying "device unplugged". I have tried everything I can find online. Nothing works.
I am running the SPI code on my panda board and I want to know which function in the code is responsible for detecting the device when it's hot plugged.
Can somebody with the background of embedded systems, Linux device drivers and/or spi please answer my question.
I was advised by Paul Davis to inquire on this list whether there has
been or is likely to be any activity in developing ALSA drivers for the
RME Madiface XT device. Its a USB device and as such makes it very
amenable to a portable audio work.
I have used PCIe based Madiface in the past using ALSA. However, I could
not get the USB based Madiface XT to work.