When running the myspy module, and trying to send values across, I keep getting myspy.device == NULL in the myspy_sync_write() function. I've been trying to debug this for days and am out of luck. Can anyone please help me??

Mannissa Chang wrote:
To run commands,

Look in myspy.c to see which commands are available... One that is available is the 'read-config' command.
To run it, type:
   echo read-config > /dev/myspy

Hopefully that will get you started. I'm doing something with SPI drivers myself, so let me know if you need anymore help.

Mannissa

M. C. wrote:
Hello everyone,

This is probably a newbie question, but I would very much appreciate it 
if someone could point me in the right direction.

I'm trying to run the kernel module called myspy 
(http://github.com/scottellis/overo-myspy) and I got it to initialize 
and add the driver to the bus, however, I don't know how to start 
writing values to the hardware.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks in advance,
M.C.

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