Scott - 

Thanks so much for the info - you definitely filled in the missing gaps for me.  I experimented a bit with full-duplex//IOCTL on spidev, but I think it's just not going to work.  I'm taking your advice and working on a driver of my own - this is actually a closer to my comfort zone anyway.  I probably will take you up on your offer of help as I get farther along, but you've given me a lot to work with to start.

Thanks so much!
-Kim

On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 7:29 PM, ScottEllis <scottellis.developer@gmail.com> wrote:


ScottEllis wrote:
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> The problem is the CS line will drop in between the write/read calls.
>
I meant rise not drop, but you get the idea. It's a new transaction.

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