openPMA:HardwareCompatibility

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Hardware compatibility list for openPMA
chipset/device working added in version comments
USB Mass Storage OK archos all standard USB Mass Storage devices should work out of the box
USB HID - Keyboards and Mice OK archos all standard USB keyboard and mice (probably even joysticks/gamepads - reports welcome!) should work out of the box
RTL8150 (usb1.1 ethernet) OK archos all usb ethernet dongles based on this chip will work (e.g. LevelOne 0100TX)
Pegasus AN986 (usb1.1 ethernet) OK archos all usb ethernet dongles based on this chip will work
Pegasus II ADM8511 (usb1.1 ethernet) OK archos all usb ethernet dongles based on this chip will work
Prolific PL2303 (usb1.1 rs232) OK 0.1 all usb rs232 serial dongles based on this chip will work (including some strange Microsoft USB GPS)
zd1211 (USB WLAN) OK 0.2 all usb 802.11 WLAN dongles based on this chip will work (http://www.linuxwireless.org/en/users/Drivers/zd1211rw/devices). Operation is restricted to 802.11b mode because of the USB1.1 bus.
ASIX ax8817x OK 0.2 all usb ethernet dongles based on this chip will work (Linksys USB200M, Hawking UF200, TRENDnet TU2-ET100 , NETGEAR FA120, D-Link DUB-E100, Intellinet USB Ethernet, ...)
Belkin FBT013 USB (usb Bluetooth dongle 10m - v2.0 +EDR spec) OK archos based on broadcom chipset, so many others will work too (confirmed:- Safecom SBTB3M-1100, said to have the Broadcom chipset, available on eBay works just fine)
USB-CD/DVD-ROM(-writer) OK 0.3 Will work in older firmware versions too. But you need to specify /dev/sr0 as the device and mount it manually.
Note that writing to CD-ROM will only work for low speeds. Writing to DVD will either be horribly slow or fail.
D-Link DBT-120 USB (usb Bluetooth dongle) NOT OK thought to be CSR chipset rev 0x1bb
Most USB Camera's that are not USB mass storage devices PARTLY archos or openpma combined with qphoto2 Usually will work very well, but not all camera's do work. qphoto2 can be annoying with large files and limited memory.


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