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# Configuration file the USB daemon.
#
# See usbd.conf(5) for the description of the format of the file.
#
# $FreeBSD: src/etc/usbd.conf,v 1.5.2.3 2002/11/04 08:05:44 dougb Exp $
# $DragonFly: src/etc/usbd.conf,v 1.3 2005/06/17 23:10:11 swildner Exp $
# Firmware download into the ActiveWire board. After the firmware download is
# done the device detaches and reappears as something new and shiny automatically.
#
device "ActiveWire board, firmware download"
vendor 0x0854
product 0x0100
release 0x0000
attach "/usr/local/bin/ezdownload -f /usr/local/share/usb/firmware/0854.0100.0_01.hex ${DEVNAME}"
# Firmware download for Entrega Serial DB25 adapter.
#
device "Entrega Serial with UART"
product 0x8001
vendor 0x1645
release 0x0101
attach "if ! kldstat -n usio > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then kldload usio; fi"
attach "/usr/sbin/ezdownload -v -f /usr/share/usb/firmware/1645.8001.0101 /dev/${DEVNAME}"
# The entry below starts and stops dhclient when an ethernet device is inserted
# Caveat: It does not support multiple interfaces.
#
device "USB ethernet"
devname "[ack]ue[0-9]+"
attach "/etc/pccard_ether ${DEVNAME} start"
detach "/etc/pccard_ether ${DEVNAME} stop"
# This entry starts the ColdSync tool in daemon mode. Make sure you have an up
# to date /usr/local/etc/palms. We override the 'listen' settings for port and
# type in /usr/local/etc/coldsync.conf.
device "Handspring Visor"
devname "ugen[0-9]+"
vendor 0x082d
product 0x0100
release 0x0100
attach "/usr/local/bin/coldsync -md -p /dev/${DEVNAME} -t usb"
# The entry below starts moused when a mouse is plugged in. Moused
# stops automatically (actually it bombs :) when the device disappears.
#
device "Mouse"
devname "ums[0-9]+"
attach "/usr/sbin/moused -p /dev/${DEVNAME} -I /var/run/moused.${DEVNAME}.pid ; /usr/sbin/vidcontrol -m on"
# The fallthrough entry: Nothing is specified, nothing is done. And it isn't
# necessary at all :-). Just for pretty printing in debugging mode.
#
device "USB device"
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