Thu Oct 13, 4: The is a parallel port, did you try the generic printer port USB driver? You probably will have to use in-kernel drivers if available, as they’re more likely maintained than drivers provided by the manufacturer Display posts from previous: Sat Sep 10, I was able to hook up my parallel port relay to this PCI card.
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This might be an interesting moxchip to buy as it has a parallel db25 on it, though I already have a usbparallel cable it has the centronics36 on it.
Sat Sep 10, There may be other error messages earlier in the output, make sure there are none. Unfortunately the errors are indication of API change and not compatible with the kernel you’re using. But in this mosschip you may have to port the driver to the new kernel which requires some programming knowledge and kernel internals That solution worked perfectly.
The is a parallel port, did you try the generic printer port USB driver? I think that option is just to hide any messages with initialized but unused variables I ended up returning this cable to Frys.
Display posts from previous: Tue Sep 13, Then try building it again. Unfortunately I don’t know what has changed in the driver subsystem to port the driver to the new version of the kernel The and are serial, which won’t work of course.
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The manufacturer of the cable provides a driver for the cable on their website. Edit the makefile and remove that phrase wherever you see it.
I don’t want to hook up a centronics36 to my protoboards Myself could compile the 99xx driver on linux What version of gcc are you using? I didn’t download the sourcecode to that driver so it’s quite possible that warning enable isn’t in the makefile and may need some grepping to find it I was able to hook up my parallel port relay to this PCI card. After downloading it, I tried to compile it using the “make” command and I got the following errors: Mon Feb 06, 1: You probably will have to use in-kernel drivers if available, as they’re more likely maintained than drivers provided by the manufacturer Wed Sep 14, 3: Try looking for a newer version of the driver, it may be ported to newer kernels?
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Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc. Bus Device Yeah, that’s more like the errors I’d expect to kill a build. I tried the generic printer port USB driver but that did not work. The sources for chipset driver 99xx. NetMos Technology Device All times are GMT.
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