Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Gnomemeeting 1.2 / FC3 / PWC - USB timeout

Hi James,

It really seems to be a kernel USB related bug. I think the only
solution is to upgrade. The crash is a consequence of the driver bug. I
don't know what ep0in/out is though. But if the crash happens when there
is the timeout, then you can e 99.99% sure that the crash is a
consequence of it.

Le dimanche 06 mars 2005 à 02:54 +0000, James Ellis a écrit :
> Hi all
> Following up on my previous
> post...(
> I now have GM 1.2 working very well on Fedora Core 3 (gui = KDE) with
> my Philips 840 webcam.... the image is excellent/crystal clear  &
> audio is ok (comme ci comme ca). I did the port forwarding and ip
> translation to get it all working (h.245, listening port *and* RTP as
> explained in the faq).
> I'm talking to a NetMeeting client as well :D, although they can't call me.
> but... after a random amount of time, video freezes then I either get
> a abnormal call termination message or gm crashes. A quick look in
> /var/log/messages shows ..
> ... kernel: usb 3-1: control timeout on ep0out
> ... miso kernel: usb 3-1: control timeout on ep0in
> //and
> ... kernel: pwc Closing video device: 3865 frames received, dumped 6
> frames, 0 frames with errors.
> I'm running kernel 2.6.9-1.667
> Does anyone else get this problem? A look around the web suggests that
> the USB driver may be at fault. I'm considering a Kernel upgrade as
> their have apparently been a few fixes in 2.6.10 to USB.
> Any ideas... If I can get this working I won't have to boot into XP any more...
> Thanks
> James
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