Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
Then the person doing the HID code fix should remove the blacklist entry at the same time.
Yes, but that won't work since it's the application that the exception has to track, not the driver.
I'm not saying it does not work, I'm saying I don't want my users to fool with kernel modules when we know the default should not be HID for huey right now. If you prefer enhancing the kernel HID driver, and switching argyll to it, just do it. I don't care as long as I don't have to maintain workarounds distro-side.
I guess I'm still not following you. The user doesn't directly fool with the kernel module, the application (which knows about the device better than the kernel, and knows how it wants to drive the device) makes that decision. This is the correct place for it to happen, as nothing else knows enough about the particular device. Graeme Gill.