[Owfs-developers] OWFS on DD-WRT

2007-05-15 Thread Eric Allen
I've gotten as far as the previous poster with install OWFS on DD- WRT: when I try to start the daemon I get a can't resolve symbol 'tsearch' -error. I tried installing uclibc from http:// downloads.openwrt.org/whiterussian/packages/ and reordering LD_LIBRARY_PATH to load that libc, but then

Re: [Owfs-developers] OWFS on DD-WRT

2007-05-15 Thread Eric Allen
been included in the dd-wrt version of uClibc. It could be an optional part of owlib, like some of the semaphore and other code. Does that give you a place to look? Paul Alfille On 5/15/07, Eric Allen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: mail] wrote: I've gotten as far as the previous poster with install OWFS

Re: [Owfs-developers] OWFS on DD-WRT

2007-05-17 Thread Eric Allen
that you don't have PTHREAD_MUTEX_ADAPTIVE_NP defined in pthread.h. It's defined in all uclibc versions I have seen. Which uclibc-version do you have? /Christian *From:* [EMAIL PROTECTED]: mail][mailto: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: mail]] *On Behalf Of *Eric Allen *Sent:* den 16 maj 2007 06:04

Re: [Owfs-developers] OWFS on DD-WRT

2007-05-18 Thread Eric Allen
-2.6p4/module/owhttpd/src' make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/eric/ddwrt/owfs-2.6p4/module/owhttpd' make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/eric/ddwrt/owfs-2.6p4/module' make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 On 5/17/07, Eric Allen [EMAIL

Re: [Owfs-developers] OWFS on DD-WRT

2007-05-19 Thread Eric Allen
]: mail][mailto: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: mail]] *On Behalf Of *Eric Allen *Sent:* den 18 maj 2007 19:12 *To:* [EMAIL PROTECTED]: mail] *Subject:* Re: [Owfs-developers] OWFS on DD-WRT Interesting...If I run ./configure with --disable-mt I get the error about pthread stuff not being present. If I run

Re: [Owfs-developers] Fwd: 1-wire

2007-06-04 Thread Eric Allen
I have it running on whiterussian 0.9 perfectly installed through ipkg. On 6/4/07, Paul Alfille [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -- Forwarded message -- From: Γιώργος Μπόλλας (Yorgos Bollas) [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Jun 4, 2007 8:26 AM Subject: 1-wire To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] the

[Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7 causing trouble with LCD_H

2007-10-04 Thread Eric Allen
I just tried upgrading to owfs 2.6p7 on my OpenWRT linksys box and discovered that the LCD_H interface to a Hobby Boards LCD now produces garbled output. Clear seems to work the first time, but that's about all the success I can get. I can confirm the same behavior on my mac using the USB 1-wire

Re: [Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7 causing trouble with LCD_H

2007-10-04 Thread Eric Allen
I tried p6 and p7 on the Intel mac. p6 works fine, p7 doesn't. On 10/4/07, Gregg Levine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 10/4/07, Eric Allen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just tried upgrading to owfs 2.6p7 on my OpenWRT linksys box and discovered that the LCD_H interface to a Hobby Boards LCD now

Re: [Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7 causing trouble with LCD_H

2007-10-04 Thread Eric Allen
PROTECTED] The Force will be with you. Always. Obi-Wan Kenobi -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Eric Allen Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2007 11:05 PM To: owfs-developers@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: Re: [Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7

Re: [Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7 causing trouble with LCD_H

2007-10-04 Thread Eric Allen
the problem. Thank you again for finding release where support breaks. When you say garbled output -- does that mean the correct number of characters, just gibberish? Paul Alfille On 10/4/07, Eric Allen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried p6 and p7 on the Intel mac. p6 works fine, p7 doesn't

Re: [Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7 causing trouble with LCD_H

2007-10-04 Thread Eric Allen
owtap.tcl $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/owtap On 10/4/07, Eric Allen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'd like to revert back, but I can't seem to find a p6 ipk for OpenWRT kamikaze. I'm trying to build my own, but I'm running into some issues with the kamikaze build system and p6. In case somebody can help me

Re: [Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7 causing trouble with LCD_H

2007-10-05 Thread Eric Allen
] *On Behalf Of *Eric Allen *Sent:* den 5 oktober 2007 05:23 *To:* owfs-developers@lists.sourceforge.net *Subject:* Re: [Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7 causing trouble with LCD_H I'd like to revert back, but I can't seem to find a p6 ipk for OpenWRT kamikaze. I'm trying to build my own, but I'm

Re: [Owfs-developers] owfs 2.6p7 causing trouble with LCD_H

2007-10-05 Thread Eric Allen
Got it. The variable cleanup slightly changed the checking code and caused it to fail every time. The attached patch against 2.6p7 makes the LCD work again. On 10/5/07, Eric Allen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I take p7 and revert modules/owlib/src/c/ow_2408.c back to p6 then the LCD works. I'll

[Owfs-developers] putting a DS2480 into overdrive

2007-11-01 Thread Eric Allen
I've got a DS2480 hooked up to a Linksys WRT54G running owfs 2.6p4. I'd like to experiment with running the bus in overdrive mode. What do I need to do to put it into overdrive? Writing a 1 to /tmp/1wire/system/adapter/overdrive.0 didn't seem to change its value from 0. -Eric

Re: [Owfs-developers] putting a DS2480 into overdrive

2007-11-01 Thread Eric Allen
overdrive. The actual bit-level commands aren't there yet. Part of the delay is pondering how to signal when overdrive fails and the speed has to drop back to regular. Paul Alfille On 11/1/07, Eric Allen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got a DS2480 hooked up to a Linksys WRT54G running

Re: [Owfs-developers] Design help

2008-01-03 Thread Eric Allen
I've been working on a 1wire-controlled variable frequency device, but that may be adaptable to PWM easily. It's based on a 555 timer. On Jan 3, 2008 11:29 PM, Thomas Berg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I need design that can do PWM, is anyone intresed in helping me on this design issue? Best

Re: [Owfs-developers] OWFS on $WRT-router

2008-02-03 Thread Eric Allen
The difference in levels wasn't a problem when I built the circuit, since 3.3 is above +2.5 and the 3.3 circuitry is +5V safe. I did tie pin 6 to +5V, and I think I put all the grounds together (although I don't think that's necessary). On Feb 3, 2008 6:32 PM, Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi,