I've just checked in a userspace-only version of the cyberjack e-com (0x100) driver. This means that we'll finally be able to work around the many broken old (drivers/usb/serial/cyberjack.c) cyberjack drivers that almost all the distributions ship. Apparently almost none of them seem to bother merging upstream fixes into their trees.
One minor problem though is that both cyberjacks need asynchronous delivery of interrupt URB's, a feature that is not available by libusb. The libausb wrapper library that I developed for this purpose is specific to Linux usbdevio, so the userspace driver won't be working on other libusb supported platforms such as *BSD :(