> > The kernel actually contains code to do DMA output to the parallel port,
> > no need to rewrite that support yourself.
> Thx, but how can I write i.e. 100 bytes to port? outb function send one
> byte, and now I must call 100 times outb function to send all data. In DMA
> mode I can put buffer address to send...
Don't use outb, use /dev/parport? or libieee1284 to do your parport IO.
That way you will maximize your compatibility, and use DMA output if it
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