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Old 04-07-2014, 08:32 AM   #1
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Timeouts in the USB Gadget API

I was looking into the gadgetfs module to have my embedded device transfer data to a host.
However it does not seem to support timeouts!
Now before i start writing my own gadget driver I would like to know if timeouts in general are supported in the Gadget API?
Or is there a way to have gadgetfs use timeouts?
The famous usb.c example does not support them.
Thanks in advance!


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