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Re: Upgrading with a low data cap




On Tue 09 Oct 2018 at 15:42:51 -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:

> Its probably been pointed out that usb was originally designed as a 
> client/server setup, and adding the stuff to make it peer to peer has  
> had rather spotty success. Wireless keyboards and mice are one of the 

No, it hasn't been pointed out until you came along and threw it into
the mix.

> better success scenes. That could explain why its hardware fussy to make 
> it work. usb-3 is much better in that regard, but isn't yet  universally 
> available. Linux drivers for armhf/arm64 seem to have a less than usb-3 
> spec speed.
> 
> I have no x86 / amd64 machines with usb-3, so I can't testify for those. 
> Some discussion about newer hardware and usb-3 might be in order and 
> educational for the list, hint hint.

Has this anything to do with what we are involved with, or is it just a
way of passing the day?

-- 
Brian.