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Old 08-31-2008, 11:22 AM   #1
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Question device driver for zigbee for the linux kernel 2.6.20 or 2.6.24???

i'am starting a project -remote monitoring using ARM through zigbee
for this i need to know if there is any available device drivers of zigbee for the kernel 2.6.20 or 2.6.24

plz help me out as soon as possible ...
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zigbuzz -is a project that is not yet over, i guess. is there any other ??? which already exists.
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I am not aware of any ZigBee stacks for Linux. If you look around, many of the most useful ZigBee devices in fact interface via a serial line and there is no need for a kernel ZigBee stack at all. For example, have a look at Digi's "XBee" series (an example of a website advertising it:
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ZBOSS ZigBee software stack


I am looking for the same thing, and I found a ZigBee stack on the following URL

I'm not sure whether it is useful for you, but I am looking into it these days. Maybe you should have look at it for yourself.


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