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#71
Nope, there is the original libusb, the package name is ... libusb0, and it's in the AUR. It's why I missed it. Fixing the deps then.

/edit: ... libusb0... which doesn't install cleanly. ;P
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Just letting you know. On Arch Linux 0xffff + libusb0 builds installs properly. No more problems with libusb0, no libusb-compat
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In git https://github.com/pali/0xFFFF is preparing new 0xFFFF version, there is partial support for N950 and MKII protocol. And fixed autodetection of connected devices.

I played with libusb1.0, but that new library is slow as hell and unsuitable for flashing and cold-flashing. So we will stay with libusb0.1 until upstream fix it... Problem was reported 8 months ago and libusb developers ignore it... So do not expect working libusb1.0 support in near future.
 

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New version 0.7 was released. There is partial support for Nokia N950 & N9, device identification via Mk II protocol (used for mmc flashing which is not implemented yet and in PC Suite mode) and couple of fixes...

Package is in Debian sid & Maemo Extras-testing, please test and vote for it: http://maemo.org/packages/package_in.../0xffff/0.7-1/
 

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libusb-1.0 is still broken in 0.7, right?
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Originally Posted by marmistrz View Post
libusb-1.0 is still broken in 0.7, right?
Yes, libusb-1.0 maintainers are unresponsive and totally ignore bug reports.

https://github.com/libusb/libusb/issues/237
https://sourceforge.net/p/libusb/mai...sage/34985373/

I provided all needed data, logs, example code which triggers it and nobody respond.

I have no motivation to do anything with libusb-1.0 as it is buggy and there is already *working* libusb-0.1 library.
 

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