Bidirectional parallel port
"Jim Kaufman wrote:"
> From firstname.lastname@example.org Fri May 30 16:03:46 1997
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> From: Jim Kaufman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Message-Id: <199705301945.OAA22187@hi-key.com>
> Subject: Bidirectional parallel port
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> Date: Fri, 30 May 1997 14:45:50 -0500 (CDT)
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> I have received a shipment of motherboards that absolutely
> refuse to work in bidirectional mode. I have set them to
> EPP in CMOS, but they only work as uni-directional ports.
> Any workarounds, fixes, ideas?
> Jim Kaufman / Eden Prairie, MN / firstname.lastname@example.org
> Director of Software Engineering, Hi-Key Technologies, Inc.
> Remember, you're fighting for this woman's honor - which is probably more
> than she ever did.
> -- Groucho Marx
I have received a couple of replies that asked me questions. So to
I am running Linux 2.0.29 and using the qcam-0.91 driver written by
Scott Laird for b/w camera. On my development system (ASUS T2P4,
166 MHz Pentium...) the driver works in bidir mode perfectly. On
these other mboards (Elite Computer Systems, AMD-75 chip), the code
hangs when trying to talk to the camera. I have NOT tried it under
Windows with the Elite mboards. It would be quite a pain to do that,
though I might have to if I can't resolve this problem.
Jim Kaufman / Eden Prairie, MN / email@example.com
Director of Software Engineering, Hi-Key Technologies, Inc.
An egotist is a person of low taste--more interested in himself than in me.
-- Ambrose Bierce