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    SubjectRe: kernel I2O and video cards?
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    > > As such, an I2C driver might be handy for people using
    > > Linux on microcontrollers to control a television set
    > > or set-top box.
    >
    > i2c is excellent for quick hack home electronics. There is a parallel port
    > i2c driver for Linux. Linux also has an i2c bus driver we use within a lot
    > of the video capture cards. These tend to use conventional TV tuners and
    > the like so most have an i2c bus of some sort.
    >
    Hi,
    Actually, we're trying to merge the different implementations that exist (both
    in the main kernel source as well as from external sources). If anyone is
    interested in joining this effort have a look at
    http://www.tk.uni-linz.ac.at/~simon/private/i2c/

    CU,
    Simon


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