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Hi all!

There is a good news (at least for me), my company would like to have a Linux
driver for its card. And this great task is mine. So I'm going to write a
driver.
But I don't know where to start. OK, the interface and how the driver should
be written is clear(more or less) but I don't have any documents for it. It
is a PCI card. I've got the card and the documentation. But I can say I have
only the card, the documentation is in Japanese... :-(((

There is a win driver for it but the source code is not available.

Can anyone give me some online docs about PCI bus? (I found some info about
PCI-9050 chip but it doesn't contain what I need.) Or some advice? (no, I
don't want to learn Japanese :)

Thx

Gabor



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