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I’ve lniux been given the task of writing drivers for some of the I2C devices in our product. You need to know what clock speed your I2C is running.
My first job is to wake up the chip.
Linux-ATSHAI2Ca_new From vendor source code –
James 1, 1 19 Thanks for the screencasts and that helps a beginner like me, but I have problem pull down your key. I wonder if the key server is still valid, because I am stuck and got those messages below. Post as a guest Name.
These screencasts are awesome, but I had a couple of suggestions. It goes into a little more detail on the TPM and some of the pros and cons of applying hardware encryption devices. That param isn’t a value, it’s a pointer to a buffer containing the data.
You don’t want to pass 0x00 to the write function. I am a bit of a nugget but always improving with Linux command line, so it is very advantageous for me to be able to see the command you are typing.
I made these screen casts pretty quick. You are commenting using your Facebook account. The data sheet says this is done as follows.
Sign up using Email and Password. Sorry, video editing is not my strong point so there two minutes of me struggling to find the command around the 4 minute mark. Notify me of new posts via email.