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SubjectRe: Multi-IO card driver?
On Thu, Nov 12, 1998 at 05:20:25PM +0100, Konrad Rosenbaum wrote:
> Hi,
>
> is there any patch for a card named PCL-818L (or similiar) - it is a
> multi-IO card with digital and analogous lines in and out plus timers
> etc. We want to use it for controlling a workplace which measures
> activities and controls floating fluids. Yet we have a driver for Windoze
> 95 - but you'll agree: that's no stable system for critical applications.
>
> hopin' on help,
> Konrad
>


The best source for information about data acquisition and control
under Linux is the Linux Lab Project, http://www.llp.fu-berlin.de/

There does not appear to be a driver specifically for the PCL-818L,
but there are drivers for similar boards, such as the PCL-711.
Drivers for these boards are not difficult to write -- I just got
a patch for a new one the other day. Check out Comedi, the Linux
Control and Measurment Device Interface, ftp://stm.lbl.gov/pub/comedi

Circuit Specialists, www.cir.com, sells PCL compatible boards and
also publishes programming info on the web. I like companies like
this. I'll check the programming info for their 818 compatible
card and find out how compatible it is.




dave...


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