On Tue, Oct 08, 2002 at 06:09:13PM +0200, Vojtech Pavlik wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 08, 2002 at 04:45:23PM +0200, Ducrot Bruno wrote:
> > Some aux ports report false values when we send a I8042_CMD_AUX_TEST,
> > which prevent an 'good' probe :(
> > The values I am aware are 0x01 and PSMOUSE_RET_ACK (taken from FreeBSD).
> > My own accupoint return 0x02. I suggest then to do something like
> Do you have any accupoint docs?
This is an accupoint II, with specs only available via a NDA :((
I will be very happy to get them, because this one have 4 buttons,
and 2 of them are 'programable' (as claimed by toshiba),
but I don't know how.
> > attached file (but perhaps with a config, or force option)?
> I guess the only way is to remove the test altogether, as the values are
> 00 : OK
> 01 : Clock Error
> 02 : Data Error
> 03 : Clock + Data Error
> fa : Undefined (OK)
> ff : Unknown Error (common => OK)
> Other values don't happen.
> Most controllers return 00. Some ff, some fa. Now if we're going to take
> 01 and 02 as OK as well, then everything is OK and we don't have to test
> at all.
I think also that this perticuliar problem occur _only_
with the toshiba satellite 3000-100 and 3000-400 (as reported by FBSD users),
so I guess I have to send a patch for a dmi_scan.c workaround.
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