Stephan Uhlmann wrote:
> does the ifp driver work with the new iRiver T10/T20/T30 and U10, too?
> If not, is it likely to get it to work with them (since they are also flash
None of these have been confirmed to work.
I don't know of any developers that have access to any of these models.
So it would take a little debugging by someone with access to determine
if the protocol is the same. If the protocol is the same they should
work as is (or maybe just a little modification to get the device
registered). If the protocol is different, then it is only as likely as
a developer getting one of these devices and reverse engineering the
To give you some hope, the protocol is most likely the same or very similar.
Do you have one of these models?
Do you have time to try ifp-line or libifp's test procedures?
I will assume that the hardest part will be entering the device IDs into
/etc/hotplug/usb.usermap (and this may not even be necessary)