Perdrix24 wrote:On Falcon 030, I can read fairly reliably but not write very much. I need to work on the delays, I think. On the Falcon 060, it doesn't work, hopefully it's just a question to get the delays right.
For the 060 I fixed recently some issues, it's "working" again, with "working" I mean the devices are recognized and mass storage transfer work but I guess still not reliable, I don't have the hardware to test, I hope this will change soon . The fixes are at the FreeMiNT's reposotory in Github:
https://github.com/freemint/freemint/co ... caa056e2c7
https://github.com/freemint/freemint/co ... cc0cc6207c
https://github.com/freemint/freemint/co ... b39970f295
czietz wrote:A hint about the mouse driver, something I found while optimizing the TOS USB drivers for the upcoming Lightning VME: The mouse driver uses some strange logic to decide whether to set the mouse to the "boot" or to the "report" protocol. However, it cannot properly handle packets when the mouse is set to the "report" protocol. I found that -- until I or someone else implements a proper HID parser -- mice work more reliably if forced to the "boot" protocol.
Perdrix24 wrote:I will need your help later on, for publishing the driver and set up a makefile that works for both TOS and MiNT. As it is, I use defines for TOS_ONLY, similar that in other drivers already there, so it should work with MiNT and TOS.
Perdrix24 wrote:Thanks for your input. It would be nice to have good mouse driver.
czietz wrote:Perdrix24 wrote:Thanks for your input. It would be nice to have good mouse driver.
Like I said: during Lightning VME development, after changing the driver to always force the mouse into boot protocol, my co-developers and I yet have to find a mouse that doesn't work.
czietz wrote:Oh, that's slow indeed. Using the same USB chip (ISP1160) with the Lightning VME -- albeit connected to the VME bus, so the comparison is unfair -- we achieve over 300 kiB/s on the MegaSTE (with its slow 68000 CPU) and over 500 kiB/s on the TT.
Perdrix24 wrote:That is fast! Did you write your own proprietary driver?
czietz wrote:Basically, we adapted the existing ISP1160 driver (like for Ethernat, NetUSBee) a) to work with our VME-bus based hardware and b) to work under TOS as well. Given that it's under GPL, as soon as we launch the Lightning VME including the drivers, the source code will be released as well.
Perdrix24 wrote:BTW did you see the update last week to storage.prg? I found a bug that Roger Burrows fixed.
Dew-It wrote:Where can you download the drivers for TOS from?
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