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Old 11-28-2008, 03:02 PM   #1
webquinty
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Access to PCI device, is equal in PC/104??


Hello,

I have develop a easy driver to access PCI device, pci_find_dev etc etc...reserve memory, irq....

But now I have a PC/104 device and I do not know how to access.
Any advice to access pc/104 device???

Any web page or manual to understand how to handle pc/104 device.

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