http://lwn.net/Articles/31696/
http://kerneltrap.org/node/621

not sure what the status is exactly but it seems likely that it's in there.
A make menu of the kernel would probably confirm this...

On 2/15/07, David Hearn <dave@swampie.org.uk> wrote:
We're looking for a small device which can take some data via a serial
port, do something with it and then output some data via USB to a PC,
acting as a keyboard device.  The Gumstix sounds ideal.

I'm aware that the Gumstix only support USB client, which is fine in
this case as it would be emulating a keyboard on the PC.  I'm more
interested how I would go about using the Gumstix to appear as a USB
keyboard.

Any advice whether this is supported out the box, or if not, how easy it
would be to modify the software to allow it?

Thanks

David


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