Can anyone give me a hint as what to use to test the
parallel port in linux?
I am using Debian 3.2 on a laptop. I have tested the
port itself with a loopback device and a program
called Microscope.(it tested good)
I have an eeprom programmer that runs on a parallel
port, it worked with another computer, but with the
laptop(Debian) it says there is a communication error.
Any tips for whay utilies to make sure that the lpt
port has been detected, is running, ...anything?
fwiw:kde control panel doesnt show the irq or i/o
range for the lpt port (378, irq 7) as being in use.
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