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* Re: USB PCI Host Controller Driver
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@ 2007-02-05 14:27 ` Robert Hancock
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From: Robert Hancock @ 2007-02-05 14:27 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: recklinux, linux-kernel

recklinux@gmail.com wrote:
 > Hi All,
 >
 > I am new to this Linux USB world i have no idea about the layring of
 > the USB at the Controller level, I ve worked on other USB controllers
 > on different platform so as i know that Linux worked in a totally
 > independent layered structure and need a very little change at every
 > layer ..
 > So what & where are the changes required for the controller ISP1562 in
 > Linux 2.6 ?
 >
 > Do i have to write the whole ehci & OHCI controller again ?
 > If there are any API's called by the upper layer that i should take
 > care of ?
 > Do i have to write a PCI Driver for probing and controller and then
 > write the specific registers ?
 > Is there any thing i should have to program where we schedule between
 > EHCI & OHCI or it is taken care by the controller ?
 >
 > Tks
 >

There should be no need for a new driver for this controller, the 
existing EHCI and OHCI drivers should work.

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