for the begining :^)
mode = IEEE1284_MODE_EPP;
Why ioctl(fd, PPNEGOT, &mode); does return an error?
What I have to do with my device to correct this mistake, or I don't have to
pay attention to it ?
If I set mode to mode = IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT;
all works well.
2. I read a lot articles here, but unfortunately I dont understand
whether I should set all non data signals by hands or they will generate
when I will write to port.
When I write to port with a function write (fd, buffer, size)
only data signals have changed.
Excuse me for my bad english
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