Hello,

I've tried several low-power peripherals such as a mouse, a flash drive, a keyboard, etc. but nothing seems to be recognized.

Is there any specific USB modules to compile and to add to the Palmtop image ?

Regards,
Jeremie.


On 17/10/11 23:09, Alex Gibson wrote:
On 17/10/2011 9:16 PM, Jeremie Y. Chevalier wrote:
Hello everyone,

Any idea on this problem?

Regards,
Jeremie.

Tried using a powered hub ?

If you plug a usb/flash drive in is it recognised ?


Alex

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