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RE: [K12OSN] USB Device Support on thin clients



Jim,

You'd definately want to use MODULE_05 and MODULE_06 for the
5th and 6th modules.

Jim McQuillan
jam Ltsp org


On Wed, 5 Jan 2005, Jim Kronebusch wrote:

>
> > Once you load a module, there's no point in loading it again.
> >
> > What you would probably need, is something like:
> >
> >   MODULE_01 = usb-ohci
> >   MODULE_02 = printer
> >   MODULE_03 = mousedev
> >   MODULE_04 = usbmouse
> >
> > BUT, LTSP now will auto-detect the usb host controller
> > interface and mouse, so you shouldn't need either 'usb-ohci'
> > or the mouse modules, so it is entirely possible that you
> > could get away with simply:
> >
> >   MODULE_01        = printer
> >   PRINTER_0_DEVICE = /dev/usb/lp0
> >   PRINTER_0_TYPE   = S
>
> I am not sure if my question was completely understood (or I am
> unfamiliar enough to not understand a good answer).
>
> I just used the USB keyboard and mouse with a printer as an example.
> Lets say I want the scanner and a printer.  Lets say the scanner is SCSI
> and the printer is USB.  So I would need to add the following to the
> workstation section in lts.conf:
>
> MODULE_01 = usb-ohci
> MODULE_02 = printer
> MODULE_03 = mousedev
> MODULE_04 = usbmouse
>
> MODULE_01 = sym53c416
> MODULE_02 = sgi
>
> Now my question is would the above be correct, or should the MODULE for
> the SCSI card start at MODULE_05 - 06?  Example below:
>
> MODULE_01 = usb-ohci
> MODULE_02 = printer
> MODULE_03 = mousedev
> MODULE_04 = usbmouse
>
> MODULE_05 = sym53c416
> MODULE_06 = sgi
>
> I guess my question isn't really pertaining to how to get specific
> devices to work, just theoretically if I had to load more than one
> device per client what would the proper syntax be.  Is LTSP smart enough
> to look at each instance of MODULE_01 as a new device and just know that
> every module specifice in sequence thereafter is just settings
> pertaining to the MODULE_01?
>
> I hope this is more clear.
>
> Thanks,
>
>
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