AndrewS wrote:Have you seen the list on the wiki http://elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeriphera ... d_USB_Hubs
Absolutely no idea what you mean by "Various R Pi's have different port drive ICs."
Ahhh, I see. In electronics terms those chips are actually all identical - they're all LAN9512 chips (USB chip with two device ports and an ethernet port).timmoore46 wrote:My remarks refers to the various USB chips that are fitted from different builds.AndrewS wrote:Absolutely no idea what you mean by "Various R Pi's have different port drive ICs."
go to elinux.org
then search for "RaspberryPi Boards" noting there is no space between Raspberry and Pi, also Boards has an s at the end.
vrodic wrote:Hmm.. So I bought a DLink DUB-H7 and while it can power an USB connected 2.5 inch mechanical HD and a Webcam, it seems it can't do it at the same time (eth dies). I had a USB keyboard connected too.
I'll have to do more testing, but it seems that it (the raspberry) can't drive more than two devices at the same time. This hub now seems like a expensive way to provide power to an external hard drive, since it can't provide a good enough power supply for the Pi to reliably work with XBMC.
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