A Linux interface for the Dacal CD Library II, using a USB C-program and command-line interface.
Dany Middleware pretend to be a middleware for comercial and non comercial RFID readers, our plan is to use EPCglobal and ISO, but we pretend to expand to any format.
Ddr-Z8E is a device driver library for the Zilog Z8 Encore!(r) microcontroller. The library supports I/O, IRQ, RS-232, I2C, SPI, A/D, WDT, ticker and built in flash memory as well as utility modules, e.g. for debugging and binary number representation.
Linux kernel mode driver for Delcom USB I/O board: http://www.delcom-eng.com/productdetails.asp?productnum=802004
Our target is to make modules for blood glucose meters and to make them usable for other projects which are creating Diabetes related software.
Supports button devices detected as PNP0C32 (Direct App Launch) under Linux allowing you to start your computer and quickly launch applications without having to load the entire system. This is similar to Vista's Hostart(TM) technology.
User space software used to control an Imation Disc Stakka in Linux using libusb. The software will provide a generic interface to allow for flexible front end development. *** NOTE *** This project has migrated into the CDStore Project (http://sourcefor
DonkeyProg for DIY PIC Programmers K149/K150
Dreamos is an operating system developed on Sega Dreamcast to be ported to an array of embedded devices. The goal of the project is to be able to run non-ported Unix programs on the Sega Dreamcast and other embedded devices with ease and POSIX compliance
We plan to make a system which would read the configuration of a NIC in some language defined by us. The system would them generate the driver code for that NIC. Currently we plan to stick to just one family of NIC(Tulip based cards).
This software aims to simplify user's life, by looking for new drivers (all at once), notifying the user if upgrades are available, and driving them directly here, at home (according to user's will).
This project has been inactive for a long time due to unforeseen circumstances. The previous project has been completely scrapped, but a new version is on the way. Source code for the new version will be released as soon as it is up to public release standards. Description updated 11/07/2012
Driver para modem Onda MSA501HS Facilita a utilização do modem Onda MSA501HS em Linux. A idéia é iniciar o programa e seguir as instruções. Não esqueça de executar como root.
This project was a kernel-module to support webcams based on the NW802 chipset. Jean-François Moine added support for those in the mainline kernel some time ago, so you should just update your kernel, this project is purely for historical purposes.
A driver to control Velleman's PCGU1000 function generator in own projects on Linux
Development of a linux driver for the USBAT-2 CompactFlash reader that comes with the Kodak digital camera DC3800. This driver should also work with various other devices that use the same chip.
Linux Driver for the infamous ELSA Microlink ADSL modem (sold in Belgium and probably in Germany). Based upon SAGEM FPS800 drivers, themselves (heavily) based upon Analog Devices reference drivers.
The EarthMate Userland Library provides access to the usb device via libusb and POSIX threads. Target operating systems include Mac OS X, BSD, and Linux.
EasyB2K is an effort to write a clean, easy-to-use interface for B2K telbox on linux. It aims to support multiple VOIP software through plugins.
EasyLin is a project that aims to be useful for those who have devices that are not supported by their Operating System (currently officially supported system is Ubuntu).
Linux driver for the ECI USB ADSL Modem and USB modems with Globespan chipset
A driver for the ELSA MC-2 wireless lan PCMCIA card for linux kernels 2.2.x and 2.4.x (which may also support the ZCOM WL2430 card in the future)
Embedded Co-Design @ University of West of England Members: Matthew Browne
Tiny graphics library for embedded devices. Supports drawing of graphics primitives in memory buffer and on any kind of b/w graphic LCD.
This project is largely defunct. The lpfc driver has been upstream for many years and can be readily found in the distributions. Recent driver kits can be found on the Emulex.com website as well as websites for various OEMS. OLD: This project is a development area for a Linux Device driver for Emulex Fibre Channel HBA's, targetting the Linux 2.6 kernel. For White Papers and Errata, please see the driver download area. SCST support has just been added!!