Difference between revisions of "OHCI"

From ReactOS Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Introduction changed; section "Source Code" added)
(section "Relevance for Booting")
Line 3: Line 3:
 
OHCI supports USB 1.1 full and low speed devices. It does not support USB 2.0 or "high speed" devices.
 
OHCI supports USB 1.1 full and low speed devices. It does not support USB 2.0 or "high speed" devices.
  
==Source Code==
+
==Relevance for Booting==
 +
 
 +
The OHCI driver is crucial for booting.
 +
 
 +
The OHCI driver is part of the ''Critical Device Database''([http://code.reactos.org/browse/reactos/trunk/reactos/boot/bootdata/hivesys.inf?r=59461 see ''hivesys.inf'']). That means, if an OHCI device is detected in real hardware then the driver is loaded. But if the driver does not work correctly then the boot process often fails.
 +
 
 +
==Source code==
  
 
The path for the source code of ''usbohci.sys'' is [http://code.reactos.org/browse/reactos/trunk/reactos/drivers/usb/usbohci /reactos/drivers/usb/usbohci/].
 
The path for the source code of ''usbohci.sys'' is [http://code.reactos.org/browse/reactos/trunk/reactos/drivers/usb/usbohci /reactos/drivers/usb/usbohci/].
Line 9: Line 15:
 
For high level functionality of the driver the ''[[libusb]]'' is used ([http://code.reactos.org/browse/reactos/trunk/reactos/lib/drivers/libusb reactos/lib/drivers/libusb]). Thus changes in ''libusb'' influence the functionality ''usbohci.sys''.
 
For high level functionality of the driver the ''[[libusb]]'' is used ([http://code.reactos.org/browse/reactos/trunk/reactos/lib/drivers/libusb reactos/lib/drivers/libusb]). Thus changes in ''libusb'' influence the functionality ''usbohci.sys''.
  
==Known Issues==
+
==Known issues==
  
 
* [http://jira.reactos.org/issues/?jql=text%20~%20%22OHCI%22 ReactOS Jira query for OHCI]
 
* [http://jira.reactos.org/issues/?jql=text%20~%20%22OHCI%22 ReactOS Jira query for OHCI]

Revision as of 19:24, 28 July 2013

OHCI (Open Host Controller Interface) is a standardized interface for the connection of an USB 1.1 host controller to the PCI bus. The driver for OHCI in ReactOS is usbohci.sys.

OHCI supports USB 1.1 full and low speed devices. It does not support USB 2.0 or "high speed" devices.

Relevance for Booting

The OHCI driver is crucial for booting.

The OHCI driver is part of the Critical Device Database(see hivesys.inf). That means, if an OHCI device is detected in real hardware then the driver is loaded. But if the driver does not work correctly then the boot process often fails.

Source code

The path for the source code of usbohci.sys is /reactos/drivers/usb/usbohci/.

For high level functionality of the driver the libusb is used (reactos/lib/drivers/libusb). Thus changes in libusb influence the functionality usbohci.sys.

Known issues

See also

External links