Daniel rewrote most of the source code of the driver and added much-appreciated new functionality such as the ability to hotswap media. Netherlands Has been very active though he had not that much time. Daniel is used the device specs from SCM. It can be found in the following location:. Spent time testing the 2. Anyway, he made the home page at least Almost everything seemed to work right, the only thing wrong with this driver is that media should not be changed or removed while the device is connected.
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Installing the Zio! CF Card reader / writer – S800
Did some cleaning up of the code on the fly. Daniel Drake Gentoo developer took over development into make the driver ready for inclusion in the 2. Geoff got Daniel interested in developing the driver and contributed lots of testing time and debugging reports.
See the code Dong used the specs, Thomas who wrote the first release, did not have the specs. There should be at least one non-compactflash USBAT out there usb pendrive and we’d love to know what it is.
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Shared the resulting freebsd code with us. Spent time testing the 2. The processor identifies itself with the numbers 0x04e6 and 0x Future maintenance if any will be done directly in the kernel source code repositories. Sweden Hans has made the original home page before we moved to sourceforge comppact has setup a mailing list. Netherlands Has been very active though he had not that much time.
In MayThomas Kreiling created a driver for Linux 2. Almost everything seemed to work right, the only thing wrong with this driver is that media should not be changed or removed while the device is connected. It can be found in the following location:. He delegated the development of the driver and is hoping to hear back from us when we are ready ;- Thomas Kreiling.
Herald was one of the first people who tried to write some useful lines to make a working driver, but was not very successful with that.
Linux driver for the USBAT-02 CompactFlash reader
In the beginning ofDong Lin ported the Linux driver to FreeBSD and did also a lot of cleaning up and made the code more verbose, better understandable. It can be found in the following location: I don’t have any interest in backporting the latest version to 2. Maintainer of the usb-storage driver of the Linux kernel.
In Januarypatches based off the latest version available on this SourceForge project page were submitted to the Linux USB developers. Netherlands usbat2 at breggen.
The patches were accepted, this driver became available in the official Linux kernel for the first time in Linux 2. He moved the usbat project to sourceforge which was a good thing: Herald van der Breggen. He contacted SCM for the specifications.
Daniel is used the device specs from SCM. As the driver is complete and shipped in the mainline kernel, this project is finished.
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Anyway, he made the home page at least One of his projects cokpact to get the driver ready for inclusion in the 2. Daniel rewrote most of the source code of the driver and added much-appreciated new functionality such as the ability to hotswap media.
Developer of the original 2. Even though the original plan was to be also included in the 2. SCM provided us some specifications of the device under non-disclosure. With these specifications, plus an flashh but incomplete driver which was written without the specs, a driver has been completed and is now included in the mainline Linux kernel.