SAMSUNG E800 HAMA IRDA DESCARGAR DRIVER
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SAMSUNG E800 HAMA IRDA DRIVER
It is bus-powered hub, but it is very cheap and small and works after a small modding: Now Samsung E800 HAMA IrDA is common contacts: Tested on my Raspberry Pi. This is a 4-port switching hub that enables the "sharing" of up to four USB devices between two computers. Whilst it may be powered Samsung E800 HAMA IrDA, it does take power from both connected computers. If one of them is, say, a netbook or laptop, that may provide sufficient extra power to enable the use of USB devices that the Pi alone cannot handle.
If you don't do both, boot-loops are likely to occur. Unlike my last hub, will power Wi-Fi! Tested with kernel 3. More testing to come. Was not able to record audio properly via a Soundblaster Play! USB Audio peripheral tested and working. There is a video showing this hub powering both the Raspberry Pi several peripherals at once . Internally two 4 Port switches linked. Also works while powering the Raspberry Pi.
Shows in lsusb as two Genesys Logic, Inc. There is a voltage problem on the left half of the hub 4 ports that do not deliver enough current to feed a wifi dongle tested with an RTLS ; you should not use these ports for anything important keyboard keys will stick, self-powered USB hard Samsung E800 HAMA IrDA will reset continuously. The remaining 3 ports on the right half are instead working as expected. When connecting some devices it Samsung E800 HAMA IrDA the Ethernet with "smsc95xx Failed to read register index 0xX" errors. It did work for a keyboard and webcam. Bluetooth that works connected directly to the Raspberry Pi triggers the error. This one consists also of two 05e3: The power supply is rated at 5 V 2 A.
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It kills Ethernet when X11 is started. Chip inside is a GLG, lsusb identification is 05e3: I did not test whether the hub feeds power into the uplink USB port. Sometimes they reconnect with a different device, sometimes they do not.
The only error messages in the logs are plain vanilla USB device disconnects. While this may look like a power-issue, measurements with a digital oscilloscope found absolutely no problem.
I suspect this is a problem with the USB driver that does not manage to work around some brokeness in the hub chip. The hub has no current-limiter at all and plugging in Samsung E800 HAMA IrDA peripherals will hard crash your Raspberry Pi, something I do not observe with better hubs. Appears to result in significant slow downs when the USB is under load, such as running the root file system from a USB drive.
Full text of "CHIP Issue 02"
Dynamode 7-Port USB 2. The Raspberry Pi also fails to boot when powered off this hub, with or without the interconnect plugged in.
Stops the network from working when connected to the Raspberry Pi after booting the Raspberry Pi - cannot ssh to the Raspberry Pi. This hub also appears unable to power Samsung E800 HAMA IrDA external USB drive using a y-cable as it gives the error message in dmesg when providing external power to the Raspberry Pi.
[PATCH 01/14] staging: usbip: add userspace code
Leaks power to the Raspberry Pi through the uplink. Doesn't work with Raspberry Pi, unless the Raspberry Pi is powered by a second power source. This hub is completely generic and I've seen it being sold under different Samsung E800 HAMA IrDA names as well.
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