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Old 10-13-2005, 05:08 AM   #1
boky
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Problem with reading/writing GPIO on video card with bttv compatible chip


Hello,

I am using video card with a bttv chip and want to program GPIO's.

My OS is Linux SuSE 9.3. This card operates with bttv driver and SuSE
installed video card directly. The card is operational and properly
installed.

However I have some kind of SDK for that card, but it is build for
RedHat, and it doesn't work onder SuSE 9.3 (problem with kernel
version). I can not update bttv driver supplied in SDK becouse I only
have compiled version of it and no source code. I do not even know wich
bttv version it is?

Please could someone help me with programming of GPIO's? I tried to
find some examples on the net, but it seems that nobody program GPIO's
on linux.

Best regards,
Boky
 
  


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