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Modem usb_modeswitch in Raspberry Pi

USB modem these days are plug-and-play as CD-ROM first allowing driver and internet dialer application installations and then as modem afterwards. This Windows-behavior is handled by USB_ModeSwitch in Linux. Likely three years ago we did eject and other driver attachment by writing udev rules. Now it’s almost automatically attached as modem after insertion and people [...]

Raspberry Pi Common USB Problems

USB problem is the first thing to arise with Raspberry Pi when plugging-in peripherals. This isn’t exclusive though, learning that my Linux laptop also has it and the higher ARM architecture, BeagleBoard-xM, also experiences the same issue sometime. But with Raspberry Pi (RPi) in

USB WiFi Stick on Beagleboard xM Using wpa_supplicant

One of the most popular USB WiFi sticks in Indonesian market is TP Link which is actually a Ralink wireless adapter (looking at its vendor ID code). Attaching it using wpa_supplicant without explicit driver assignment will return the following error lines ioctl[SIOCSIWENCODEEXT]: Invalid argument ioctl[SIOCSIWENCODEEXT]: Invalid argument Within minutes it will also crash the system [...]

Compile USB Serial Modem Using option.c (Ubuntu on Beagleboard xM)

Despite possibility to use (1) $ modprobe -v usbserial vendor=0x05c6 product=0×0015 or (2) usb-modeswitch, (3) Matthias Urlichs initially wrote option.c driver as a way to insert USB modem as kernel module. This driver exists because the “normal” serial driver doesn’t work too well with GSM modems. Issues: – data loss — one single Receive URB [...]

Ubuntu on Beagleboard xM with Easycap Video Capture (Compiling Driver)

Attempt to run Ubuntu in BeagleBoard xM rev C board has taken me to try various options of kernel and release. The goal was to have both Ubuntu and widely-available Easycap as video input via the USB of this compact TI OMAP board. Porting Ubuntu would spare us some flexibility to try different alternatives of [...]