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Re: USBD in linux kernel ?

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On Tue, 1 Jan 2008, [GB2312] ÍõÏþ±ò wrote:

> Hi, everyone
> I am working on porting the linux usb host driver to a embedded system . I need\
>  to rewrite the driver . But a confusion comes up when I look into the driver .\
>   Are there any USBD (universal serial bus driver Not host controller
> driver ) i\
> n linux kernel ?  How  linux  implement  the USBD in usb 2.0 specification ?

Linux's USBD is called "usbcore".  It consists of the files in the
source directory drivers/usb/core/.

Alan Stern


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