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Old 11-20-2011, 05:08 PM   #1
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Using vme_tsi148 device driver from user space


Hello,

My Core2Duo x86 target contains a TSI148 PCI to VME bridge.
In Kernel configuration I set CONFIG_VME_TSI148=y

Duding boot, this device is initiated and registered.

But after 'mdev -s' there is no new device in /dev .

The vme_tsi148.c does not contain an IOCTL section. Only .probe,.remove.

So how (on earth !) can I open a new master window ?

How can I access the VME using this driver ?

Must I use CONFIG_VME_USER=y also ?

Thanks,
Zvika
 
  


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