olaf.matthes at gmx.de
Sat Dec 25 20:19:32 CET 2004
jeroen visser wrote:
> Well, that IS a pity!
> Erwins driver works ok here, though I had to change a udev to a dev path
> in the test app.
> What input would you need other than the way it opens /dev/dmx0 and
> writes to it??
> Or do you mean receive dmx?
Yes, that's what I meant.
> I'm not very familiar with fedora ( not to say not at all... ) nor
> drivers in general, but if I can be of any assistance
> to get it to work at least on transmitting dmx, please let me know.
I don't use Linux for any serious work... just tried to provide a Linux
version as well. And since I usually need input (receiving) it doesn't
make any sense for me to get the Erwin Rol driver working.
Just had an idea concerning your problem: what about replacing the file
usb-serial.h that comes with my hacked driver with the one that came
with your linux distro? Maybe there's something in this file that
conflicts with your kernel?
Another possibility would be to modify your original ftdi_sio driver.
Look in the supplied ftdi_sio.c for the comment /* hack-hack by
olaf.matthes at gmx.de */ and apply the same change to your original
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