On Mon, 6 Mar 2000, Dries van Oosten wrote:
> If you're writing software for your own hardware, it might be a good
> idea to develope your own kernel module for the job. That's the
> fastest, most direct access to the parallel port. Take a look at the
> linux kernel module guide for this and do a net search on something
> you: EPP programming. you shouldn't have any trouble finding dozens of
> hits defining the EPP standards and the registers involved.
Yes. In addition, if you want to write a user-mode driver, you can use
/dev/parport0 (driven by ppdev, available in 2.3 kernels).
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