On Monday 21 April 2003 04:47 pm, Sven Heithecker wrote:
> > Try turning on debugging in the parport module?
> > I'm not sure if this is the proper way, but I edited:
> > ieee1284_ops.c
> > ieee1284.c
> > parport_pc.c
> > And changed the #undef DEBUG to #define DEBUG
> thank you for that, I changed the options in modules.conf (already got that
> idea by myself ;-) ) and now It says indeed in /proc/sys/dev/parport0/modes
> that EPP is available, but the program still fails at EPP negotiation.
Did you try #define DEBUG in the files I mentioned above?
Do you really have an EPP device on slave (other side of the parallel port)?
I found if you don't have a device on the other side, EPP negotation will
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