Support USB interface for video cards
submitted by JeremyRand, 02:02, 9 Ιούνιος 2022
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Video cards with the USB interface exist (e.g. 17e9:028f DisplayLink HIS Multi-View II), but h-node does not allow choosing USB as the interface for video card entries.

Does DisplayLink HIS Multi-View II count as a video card, or is it just an adapter? Could you give another example of video cards with usb interface?

submitted by ycp, 22:27, 10 Ιούνιος 2022
Hi ycp. I'm not sure I understand what you define as the distinction between a video card and an adapter; can you clarify? Other than the fact that DisplayLink HIS Multi-View II gets its input from USB rather than PCIe, it is functionally analogous to other 2D video cards such as 1a03:2000 ASPEED Technology, Inc. ASPEED Graphics Family, which is included on h-node. There are other USB DisplayLink video cards such as 17e9:02ee DisplayLink VGA Display Adapter, and I believe there are other vendors that make similar products, such as Trigger, Fresco, and SiliconMotion.
submitted by JeremyRand, 20:02, 11 Ιούνιος 2022

JeremyRand: I'll add USB interface to video card when I get around to it. Feel free to follow up here if I haven't done it. It should be fairly similar to this commit: feel free to send a patch to if you want. it's the manual testing that takes up most of the time for these seemingly trivial changes, so if you'd like to add some tests that would be highly appreciated.

submitted by ycp, 11:05, 13 Ιούνιος 2022

*Similar to that commit sans the adding return types and removing unused array parts.

submitted by ycp, 11:07, 13 Ιούνιος 2022

JeremyRand: USB interface is added for video cards, can you try again? Closing.

submitted by ycp, 10:30, 15 Ιούνιος 2022
Working fine now, thanks!
submitted by JeremyRand, 02:41, 16 Ιούνιος 2022

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