On Saturday 05 February 2011 22:26:03 Benjamin wrote:
> The Olimex is a programmer for AVR microcontrollers. It is apparently an
> FTDI device and works under Linux. The product page at
> http://www.olimex.com/dev/avr-isp500.html provides source code for a
> Linux FTDI kernel module.
> I have the looked through the Linux FTDI driver source code and have
> even been given a patch by a helpful member at the FreeBSD forums
> (wblock) but so far no luck.
> Here is what it is identified as when plugged in to USB:
> Feb  5 13:30:07 blackbox kernel: ugen1.2: <Olimex Ltd.> at usbus1
> It should ideally show up as cuaU0 or ttyUSB0 as far as I understand.
> A quick search through the Linux driver source code to find all
> instances of OLIMEX:
>  > grep OLIMEX ftdi_*.[c,h]
> ftdi_sio.c:     { USB_DEVICE(OLIMEX_VID, OLIMEX_AVR_ISP500_ISO_PID) },
> ftdi_sio_ids.h:#define OLIMEX_VID                       0x15BA
> ftdi_sio_ids.h:#define OLIMEX_ARM_USB_OCD_PID           0x0003
> ftdi_sio_ids.h:#define OLIMEX_AVR_ISP500_ISO_PID        0x000B
> Note that the above is Linux kernel module source. Myself and wblock
> have tried to hack the FreeBSD uftdi kernel module to no avail. He
> offered the attached patch which did not seem to work.
> The Linux driver source is available here:
> http://www.olimex.com/dev/soft/avr/AVR-ISP500/AVR-ISP500_linux_driver.zip
> Does this look like something that could easily be changed in the
> FreeBSD uftdi kern module?
> Cheers,
> Benjamin

Your patch looks OK. Can you create a PR so that your patch doesn't get lost?

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