Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 222394
HTS: USB test doesn't recognize front-panel USB connections
Last modified: 2008-07-16 17:58:38 EDT
Description of problem:
USB test doesn't recognize front-panel USB connections
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Perform the USB test (4 ports are available on our X4600 - 2 in front and 2 in back)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Perform the USB test
2. plug USB device into back (1st slot), remove when prompted
3. plug USB device into back (2nd slot), remove when prompted
4. plug USB device into either of the front port USB ports - the test doesn't
recognize that a device has been attached - yet I can use the keyboard I just
device not found - insert a USB device and continue? yes/no
Device found and USB test to continue correctly
Could you supply the output of "hal-device" with undetected USB device
inserted? What type of device is being used?
Created attachment 145491 [details]
hal-device baseline before standard SUN USB keyboard is attached
Created attachment 145492 [details]
hal-device with keyboard connected to front panel connection #1
hal-device with SUN USB keyboard connected to front panel connection #1
Created attachment 145493 [details]
hal-device with keyboard connected to front panel connection #2
hal-device with SUN USB keyboard connected to front panel connection #2
I checked the BIOS and found that the USB device was set to 1.1 only. I changed
the value to 1.1 and 2.0 and retested. Same results as initial bug report.
Same problem with hts-5.0-17.noarch.rpm - are the fixes in R16 included in this
Yes, they are - re-opening.
Please verify this fix.
Verified as fixed - many thanks!
(tested on x4600)