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[ubuntu] Getting MS ir dongle working in
Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. After updating to your new kernel this mechanism no more work Ideally, both platforms would be useful, though one is infinitely better than none!
Many different devices sold by different brands mosdhip based on the same chip, and will work with the same driver. Comment 14 Fedora Update System I rebuild with smcinit re-enabled.
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Comment 22 Thomas Jarosch Starting device irda0 Feb 27 Unsupported USB device type “mcs”. It seems that when you use kernel Alessandro Comment 3 Dmitry Butskoy Could you please test the new package: Description Alessandro Volpi Login [x] Log in using an account from: I was hoping to treat it as a serial mozchip, but it doesn’t show up like that in Device Manager – it shows up as a “USB-Infrared Adapter”. We have no enough knowledge for irda jcs7780 our side for now too If docs needed, set a value.
Bus Device Comment 17 Dmitry Butskoy We can find the messages concerning this driver on the google groups.
Comment 18 Jeremie R. Comment 2 Alessandro Volpi So I will describe it in a general way. Do you thing that a kernel bug should be open?
So let’s step into the details of operations. But looking at the kernel newsgroup archives, I could see that the driver for the MCS chip was available in the Linux kernel since the 2.