jeroen at 121234.net
Sat Dec 25 20:56:34 CET 2004
Sounds like a good idea, I'll let you know if it works. Thanks Olaf,
Olaf Matthes wrote:
> 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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