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Ubuntu 12.04 and FDTI USB chips. 
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Fred wrote:
Aaron, but you said it was not working fine on older versions of Linux too?


Yes. Sorry for the confusion.

My Netbook was on 11.10 and has always worked fine until the upgrade to 12.04.
My MythTV box is on 11.10 and doesn't work. I had never tried it on this box until a few weeks ago.
It works on 2 different Windows 7 PCs.

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Are you sure you don't have some insidious packages attacking the device looking for other things as I have had a few times?


It's got to be some thing like that. Still looking but I haven't had much time to find it yet.


Mon May 14, 2012 7:15 pm
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Try removing upower and reloading the drivers, excuse the level of violent want-to-kill-other-developer rage present in this thread:

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Mon May 14, 2012 7:58 pm
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Yep upower was the problem.

I just commented out the rule in /lib/udev/rules.d/95-upower-wup.rules

All working again. :D


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I'M ANGRY ON YOUR BEHALF!!!! THAT BASTARD NEEDS A PUNCH IN THE FACE!!! :-(

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