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Re: Fedora too cutting edge?



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Krzysztof Halasa wrote:
> Hans de Goede <j w r degoede hhs nl> writes:
> 
>> As for this being fixed, not for my case, as I have a via vt 6306
>> controller, which is like, only the most common PC firewire controller
>> on the planet.
> 
> It should do OHCI 1.1, you may want to take the risk and try the
> program. Make sure you have a backup (the GUID and possibly whole
> EEPROM data).
> 
> VIA claims both VT6306 and VT6307 are OHCI-1.1 (capable), I just
> have no VT6306 to test (actually it seems VT6307 is a cheeper
> version, aimed at motherboard manufacturers).

Honestly, I'd rather we just figured out what's wrong with the Via chipsets in
OHCI 1.0 mode, rather than relying on people flashing their controllers to 1.1
mode. I've got a few ideas, hoping to get back to juju hacking shortly...


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Jarod Wilson
jwilson redhat com

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