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Old 08-17-2011, 01:44 AM   #1
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hostside drivers for g_hid


i'm using the g_hid to communicate between an embedded linux board and an windows pc with ASCII-strings. now i need to do the same between two embedded boards with linux, but i fail even with raw communication via shell. i tried the hidraw- and the hiddev-driver but non of them works. with the hiddev i get encrypted data at least in one direction but the other one is dead.
the usb-detection and enumeration seems to work properly.

has anyone experiences with this kind of problem?

best regards
ghal maraz


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