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  1. Thread: LPT thermometer

    by Zolf
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    Compile the source

    Didn't get a working environment yet,
    But to compile the module do the following

    Install the ASUS GPL 1927 tar gz
    Go to the src/linux/linux/drivers/parport directory
    copy parport_fs.c into it...
  2. Thread: LPT thermometer

    by Zolf
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    Driver source

    All,

    Readed the source code again, i putted some very specific code which i needed, you might want to modify
    xgpio_init() and xgpio_write()

    I used it to control a stepper.

    I don't know if...
  3. Thread: LPT thermometer

    by Zolf
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    Source code for a kernel driver to access the parport on a wl500g

    * parport_fs.c, module to give access to a memory region like the gpio device
    * Author : Florian Schneider, very hacked up version
    * Example, No support, worked on the 1.7.5 oleg release
    * Put...
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    Update

    Created a module which gives me access to a memory location.
    It is still very basic but i can now access the data register of the parallel port
    and turn the connected LED on and off with a kind of...
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    Thats not the trick :)

    But thats no fun, i just want to have a generic 8x8 bit remote WiFi interface :)
  6. Thread: [USB] Webcams

    by Zolf
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    NOT WORKING Philips ToUCam PCVC720K/20

    Tested@
    Model: WL-500g v2.4
    Firmware: 1.7.5.9-5 (Oleg)

    Device NOT WORKING
    Brandname: Philips
    Brandtype: Philips ToUCam XS PCVC720K/20
    USB Interface: USB 1.1 compliant
    URL To manufacturer:...
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    Update

    I'm running the 1.7.5.9-5 (Oleg) release
    What i want to do is to hookup some steppermotors to the Wl500G to remotely control/position a webcam.
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    Userspace Hardware access

    All,

    From other messages i understand that when you connect a UART to the Serial port Header it will be used by PMON and LINUX.
    But i expect that UART1 is not used. So it must be possible to...
  9. Thread: [USB] USB Hubs

    by Zolf
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    SITECOM Pocket HUB 4p USB 2.0

    Tested@
    Model: WL-500g
    Firmware: 1.7.5.6-5 (Oleg)

    Device WORKING
    Brandname: SITECOM
    Brandtype: CN-032
    USB Interface: USB 2.0 compliant
    URL To manufacturer: http://www.sitecom.nl/
    URL To...
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    Serial Memory mapping

    Hmm, so possible to add 2 UART's, can i expect the following layout ?

    UART0 0xBF800000 Base of 'COM1'
    UART1 0xBF800008 Base of 'COM2' ?

    IO Memory locations from base
    +0x00 THR (Transmit...
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    SWEEX Compact Flash cardreader cr-v7-uc

    Model: WL-500g
    Firmware: 1.7.5.9-5 (Oleg)
    Hardware: 2.4

    Device OK:
    Brandname: Sweex
    Brandtype: Compact Flash cardreader (CR-V7-UC)
    Memory: SanDisk 16MB CF (ext2, boot_dev=)
    USB Interface:...
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    2.5" USB HD

    Tested: Working
    Model: WL-500g
    Firmware: 1.7.5.9-5 (Oleg)

    Device: HD260
    Brandname: MyCom
    Brandtype: 2,5" Hard Disk Casing
    USB Interface: USB 2.0 High Speed (480Mbit) compliant
    URL To...
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    Header layout

    A little (print of) ASCII art of the Header. But how is it mapped to the memory. From the parport_splink.c (openwrt code) i saw that the par port is mapped to

    Parport Data 0xBF800010...
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    Serial header info

    Hi,

    I'm looking for the pin layout of the internal connector for the serial port and where it is mapped to the CPU. I'm not used to the mips proc arch, but understand mem mapped io, which it seems...
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