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Old 05-09-2006, 08:11 PM
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Default ml-403 and USB

Has anyone used USB from linux on the ml-403 board? I'd like to get some
peripherals like usb memory or bluetooth adapter to work on it but usb is
not in the kernel they provide. The hardware does appear to be on the board
though.

Thanks,
Clark


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Old 05-09-2006, 11:54 PM
John Williams
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Default Re: ml-403 and USB

Hi Clark,

Anonymous wrote:

> Has anyone used USB from linux on the ml-403 board? I'd like to get some
> peripherals like usb memory or bluetooth adapter to work on it but usb is
> not in the kernel they provide. The hardware does appear to be on the board
> though.


We (PetaLogix) recently ported the Cypress Reference drivers for the
Cypress-EZUSB devices to the ML40x boards. We targeted MicroBlaze but they'll
work on PPC (PetaLogix auto-config, not MontaVista) without difficulty.

The drivers are in the uClinux public CVS tree.

Regards,

John
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