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Sashi Bhusan
Hi all,
i want USB Peripharal Controller driver & USB Mass Storage Class (IDE) driver for my custom board which is having XScale PXA255 processor & ISP 1583 chip.my custom board supports split bus mode(using dma).has anybody written for this in linux.
if so please help me out .

with regards
Sashi Bhusan
lardman
The mass storage driver (for a host to access a client) is available to be built using the standard kernel source.

I'm afraid I don't know anything about the host controller you're using though.


Si
Sashi Bhusan
QUOTE(lardman @ Mar 10 2005, 05:56 AM)
The mass storage driver (for a host to access a client) is available to be built using the standard kernel source.

I'm afraid I don't know anything about the host controller you're using though.


Si
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Hi Si,
thanks for giving me a reply.

in my case the mass storage (ide)class driver is on device side.for that my board is having ISP 1583 chip for which peripheral controller driver is needed.

if you want the details then i can send you.

as you have said about the mass storage driver i think you are thinking of the host side but in case it is the device side.

with regards
Sashi Bhusan
lardman
Oops, sorry. Well the mass-storage client module is also in the kernel source.

You'll presumably have to write some sort of driver for the usb chip. Can't help you there I'm afraid.

Sorry,


Si
Sashi Bhusan
QUOTE(lardman @ Mar 10 2005, 08:34 AM)
Oops, sorry. Well the mass-storage client module is also in the kernel source.

You'll presumably have to write some sort of driver for the usb chip. Can't help you there I'm afraid.

Sorry,


Si
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Hi Si,
thanks.i will check it out in the kernel source.

with regards
Sashi Bhusan.
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