When I load the module for io=0x278 (onboard parallel port) and
irq=auto, everything seems to be OK. The module is able to read ECR
register. When I load the module for io=0x378 (ioport where my PCI card
is at, in Windows the card is recognized at this ioport)and irq=auto the
module is loaded but it is not able to write/read ECR register. So it
can not support ECP mode, the one I should work with.
What's happening? Do the module recognize my card? (When I look at
/proc/sys/kernel/driver/parport/parport0 there's no interesting
(I get the next warning too:
parport 0x378 (WARNING): DATA: wrote 0xaa, read 0xff
parport 0x378: You gave this address, but there is probably no parallel
When the module try to read ECR it allways reads 0xff.
If I do not specify any parameter to the module, the module's loading
makes the computer to freeze down.
I have compiled the module with the parport's source coming with red hat
7.1 distribution and applying just the linux-oxpci patch ┐Should I use
any other patch? linux-multiio.patch perhaps? I tryed applying all the
patches I'd found in Tim Waugh's page (thanks Tim for all your answers)
but there were no result.
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