I have a board using the TI AM3352 with a Sierra MC7354 module connected to USB1, running Linux. When I power up the MC7354, the Gobi driver grabs both USB0 and USB1. Unfortunately, I need to be able to use USB0 as an Ethernet port. If I set up the drivers to activate the USB0 Ethernet port first, then the Gobi driver will not start up. Is there any way to limit the GOBI driver to only use USB1 and leave USB0 for my other driver?
Never mind. I was misreading the output. The driver is only using the USB1 port, as it is supposed to be doing. I was looking at ttyUSB0 and thinking USB0.