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SubjectRe: kernel I2O and video cards?
> > 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.
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


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