Edward L. Hepler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 8 May 1999 15:55:26 -0400
I am doing some sinple hardware design and would like to use a parallel
port (in EPP mode) to drive some simple tests, etc. from my Linux PC.
I'm looking for a simple driver that I can load which will give me
programmed I/O access to the port from my C program. Ideally, I would
be able to open it (reserve the port), then read/write the address and
data register from my program. The port would be released when closed
or the program terminates, much like any other file.
I have seen a listing of drivers for many parallel-port based devices at
http://www.torque.net/linux-pp.html, but nothing simple like I need to
handle my hardware debugging...
Have I missed something?
Dr. Edward L. Hepler
President, Adjunct Professor,
VLSI Concepts, Inc. Villanova University Graduate Courses:
VLSI and System ECE-8440 System Design and Modeling
Architecture, Design, ECE-8445 Advanced Computer Architecture
and CAD ECE-8460 VLSI Design
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