On Tue, Jul 24, 2001 at 03:51:27PM +0200, Julien wrote:
> First I do not want to negotiate the protocol, I just want to use it
> (PPSETMODE) because my peripheral doesnot support negociation and is
> in ECP by default. Is this a problem ?
When you use PPNEGOT to 'negotiate' to
IEEE1284_MODE_ECP|IEEE1284_ADDR, if you are already in
IEEE1284_MODE_ECP it will do no actual negotiation, but will now be
ready to do channel transfers.
> Then I am sorry to ask you that but I have not found in the doc how
> to enable interrupts... Or is this in another doc than the one I
> have (The linux 2.4 Parallel Port Subsystem) ?
Read Documentation/parport.txt. Basically 'irq=auto' on the module
ought to do it, except if you are using a PCI card in which case
you're out of luck for the moment.
> Then how can I say or read that what was transferred was data or command ?
You can't read commands.
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