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I have a TI-83 Plus Silver Edition calculator that I would like to interface to my Fedora box so that I can program it easier. Are there any special drivers I need or can I just mount it? The PC interface is USB, BTW.
I'm pretty sure that if you look through the kernel there are a few modules for it. Also, I know there is a linux program for it, but of course I can't remember the name of it at this point. It seems like it started with a "T."