This is a discussion on USB Detection in VxWorks6.6 - VxWorks ; hi, We are using Philips ISP1561 USB Host Controller in our SBC. When we include INCLUDE_USB component, usbTool is unable to detect the any of the devices(like Keyboard & Mouse) connected to the host controller. This exercise was carried out ...
We are using Philips ISP1561 USB Host Controller in our SBC. When we
include INCLUDE_USB component, usbTool is unable to detect the any of the
devices(like Keyboard & Mouse) connected to the host controller. This
exercise was carried out with WindRiver VxWorks 6.6 kernel. But Same ISP
1561 device is working fine with the vxWorks 6.3 Kernel.
usbPciStub.c file added in the BSP to support ISP1561 Host Controller and
following components are declared in the config.h to enable the USB
#define INCLUDE_USB_MOUSE /*Include the USB mosue support*/
#define USB_MSE_NAME "/usbMo/"
#define INCLUDE_USB_KEYBOARD /*Include USB Keyboard support*/
After builidng the image and we attempted to test the usb using usbTool
found the following result
usbTool: USB exerciser, version 02A
Copyright (c) 2007, Wind River Systems, Inc.
USB2 Host Stack Already Initialized
usbdInit() returned OK
usbdInitialize() returned 0
usbdClientRegister() returned 0
usbdClientHandle = 0x800840
USBD version = 0x0240
USBD mfg = 'Wind River Systems, Inc.'
attaching OHCI host controller SUCCESSFUL.
bus count = 0
Press [enter] to terminate polling.
Since above usbEnum count is returning 0. It is enable to enumerate the
nodes properly in the through host controller. While using usbTool it was
noticed that usbPciStub.c function were not invoked the USB stack driver.
Since the ISP 1561 device is working with the vxWorks 6.3, I am suspecting
something wrong with the vxWorks 6.6 implementation or configuration. I
have also noticed that in WindRiver site a lot of bug fixes are released for
USB devices after the vxWorks 6.6 release.
Thanx in Advance....