Re: Device Enumeration Failure
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In windows the touchscreen works flawlessly.It will be hard you monitor the exact right moment when it is turned on. I am suspecting now that on loading the driver windows is sending some activation package to the device (or another device 'switch'). I also wondered if it is possible that there are multiple configurations of the usb hub or host controller that would turn the device on.
On 05/16/2012 07:00 AM, Anil Nair wrote:
Hello Sir& Gerhard, On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 2:42 AM, Gerhard Thomas <gerhardthomas123@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:I didn't look for another device in windows yet that could be the 'switch' to turn it on. I'll do that... On 05/15/2012 08:32 PM, Alan Stern wrote:Are you sure it was detected on the USB bus? Maybe it was detected on some other bus and then told to attach itself over USB.Sir, i think it is USB bus as its detected in windows on USB bus. Gerhard your touchscreen detects in Windows 7 but not in Linux, are you successfully able to use the touchscreen in windows 7 ? Maybe they don't want to support their devices in Linux it seems.!! Strange though..... You cannot successfully use any driver until and unless its detected in the Linux Kernel. You are able to use it in Windows.
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