[Pkg-lirc-maint] Bug#310789: I'd say this should be closed or reassigned

Stephen Gran sgran at debian.org
Tue Nov 14 03:27:13 CET 2006

Hello all,

So I've taken a look at the proposed fix, and where the information is
coming from.  First, thanks for nailing it right off that it's an
endianness issue - that saved me some time in tracking things down.

That being said, the *dev struct is passed to module by the kernel - it
should be passing correct values for the endianness of the architecture.
There have been several endianness fixes in the usb stack (according to
a quick grep), and there are a couple of config options to set the
endianness of your host controller.

I suggest we leave this bug open for a few weeks, and if we hear
nothing, consider it fixed in newer kernels.  If we hear that there is
still a problem, let's get the kernel config, take a quick look to see
if it's sane, and reassign to kernel if it is, otherwise offer helplful
suggestion to fix it.

I am setting an at job to close this in 3 weeks.  If people think this
is a bad plan, let me know, and I'll atrm it.

Thanks all,
|   ,''`.                                            Stephen Gran |
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