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Re: How is the au1000_gpio char driver used?

To: "Freddy Spierenburg" <>
Subject: Re: How is the au1000_gpio char driver used?
From: "s c" <>
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2006 09:05:58 -0400
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On 9/26/06, Freddy Spierenburg <> wrote:
Hi Steve,

On Tue, Sep 26, 2006 at 11:39:41AM -0400, s c wrote:
> I would like to use the au1000_gpio char driver to blink some status
> lights. Specifically, I would like to control the hex leds on the
> dbau1500 development board. Preferably via shell script. is your friend.

On a DBAu1100 for instance I have a nice example:

        $ while true; do
        >       for i in 7 B D E D B; do
        >                       ./devmem2 0x0E000018 w 0x00000${i}03
        >                       sleep 0.01
        >               done
        > done > /dev/null

Remember the days of the Night Rider? You will see LED D5, D6, D7
and D8 flash in a nice manner.

In the same way you must be able to alter the hex leds.

Freddy Spierenburg <>

Thanks. Works as advertised.

A couples notes to anyone else interested
- devmem2 does not use the au1000_gpio char driver so it could
potentially be used with other processors.
-busybox (if you are using it) doesn't support sub-second sleep like
in the example given by Freddy.

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