: include/asm-generic/errno.h says that 75 is EOVERFLOW.
: Now look in Documentation/usb/error-codes.txt and it says that
: EOVERFLOW is used for:
: -EOVERFLOW (*) The amount of data returned by the endpoint was
: greater than either the max packet size of the
: endpoint or the remaining buffer size. "Babble".
: The device returned too much data.
: See whichever host controller driver you are using for details.
Strange. Thanks. For some reason I was thinking those error codes returned
by the driver were more specific to it. I see where the message is generated
and now just need to figure out what the deal is with it here. It works fine
under at least two other OSes so I know the keyboard works.
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