Re: [nslu2-linux] i2c bus drivers ???
> Hi,check out the 1wire bus as well - its an option with a usb adapter from
> i'd like to play around with the i2c bus of the nslu2. The question is:
> - in order to write on this bus do I have the openslug-firmware? or it
> is also possible to use the unslung-firmware?
> I saw some I2C perhiperals on the wiki
> but it seems that they can be programmed only if the NSLU2 runs the
any machine - slug or not, without digging into the guts and soldering.
support from maxim is pretty good as far as software/drivers, and there is
other open source stuff out there as well like the owfs.
I found it meets all my needs, just have not had time to do much more than
wire up a thermometer chip to try it and then push it to the side of my
desk and get back to work.
my thinking was its better to develop my app on a desktop machine where
the build/test cycle is a lot shorter, and then just do a final build in
the slug and move the usb adapter to it when I am near the final set of
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