On 27 July 2015 at 03:50, Mike Mannion <mannion@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Personally I can see how configfs could be seen as more elegant of a
solution, but I think gadgetfs is needed to maintain lower level
functionality (even though I can't figure out how to use it myself). But I'm
not a kernel developer so I'll stop and avoid a futile rant.
We use a specific version of libusb to work around devices that
automatically get attached to a kernel driver. This means that you need to
use the version that was installed on the BBB OS image that was published.
Thanks for this, I'll retry with a clean setup making sure to use the
correct version. Which version should be used?
Thanks, I guess I try to reverse engineer what usb.c does, it seems vaguely
similar to functionfs which I've had to do something similar with.