"old" drivers, UAS4 on Linux

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"old" drivers, UAS4 on Linux

Postby marco on Fri Oct 14, 2011 7:10 am

2 questions:

1. Where can I get the "old" drivers? I'm running 64-bit Windows 7 with an ALP1 from 5-6 years ago ... new drivers won't install. I think I read somewhere that Mitch (or someone else) has to send them? If someone can send them to me, that'd be great.

2. I'm looking to buy a UAS4 for my carpc, running Linux. Does it work like the toslink switcher where you just read/write a character to the serial port to query/change ports?

Thanks!
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Re: "old" drivers, UAS4 on Linux

Postby MitchJS on Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:50 pm

pm me with your email address

the UAS4 is not a comport, i could be made to work with linux
but i dont know if anyone has

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Re: "old" drivers, UAS4 on Linux

Postby marco on Sun Jul 08, 2012 10:15 am

Made to work with Linux with some input from Mitch. Includes a class, MJSGadgets. All that is supported right now is the UAS4. As I get more of Mitch's toys, I'll add support for the other devices. The .zip includes a simple program demonstrating how to use it.

http://azbsd.org/~marco/python/mjsgadgets_python.zip
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