Re: Upgrading with a low data cap
- Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2018 16:10:38 -0400
- From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Upgrading with a low data cap
On Tuesday 09 October 2018 15:59:02 Brian wrote:
> 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?
A bit of both Brian. I wanted to make sure the context of Richards
problem was given its due. Some stuff from Walmart works, and some
won't. And its possible that exchanging the hardware in the middle might
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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