>>>> Jan Kiszka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 23.02 14:47 >>>
>Nicolas BLANCHARD wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I've write a little rtdm driver to r/w RealTimeClock on rtc146818
>> chipset.
>/me not having done much with rtc (hmm, a lot of years back on PCs, I
>think): can this chip be found in normal PC hardware? Or is it only
>specific embedded boards? (Means: can I actually play with your
driver? :) )
Motorola 146818 circuit is a 6800 peripheral CMOS device,
it's often used with processors 6800 and 8085.
I think it's used on a lot of x86 board.
>> I also use this driver to write kernel message from user-space
>> (printk).
>> In attachment you can find an archive with the driver and an example
>> use (just code).
>> to compil, you must change kernel sources directory
>> flag).
>> It Based on code of Jan Kiszka found in http://www.captain.at/ 
>> I hope it could be interesting.
>> All feedback are welcome.
>You will get it. Thanks for sharing your code!
Nicolas Blanchard

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