2008-04-07 11:38:44     How to use SPORT_UART

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2008-04-07 11:38:44     How to use SPORT_UART

Luxe Thomas (AUSTRIA)

Message: 53754    Hi everybody! I'm a linux newbie and need some help    My platform is a BF533 Stamp Board and I try to use the SPORT_UART... but I don't have any idea... I already enabled SPORT UART in Kernel...  how can I now  access the SPORT_UART in a program? ...is there maybe sample code available...    ...thanks for your answers, Tommy

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2008-04-07 13:45:05     Re: How to use SPORT_UART

Robin Getz (UNITED STATES)

Message: 53755    Luxe:

 

It should be the same as any other UART device - just a different device node.

 

Have a look at:

http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=sport_uart#test_sport_uart

 

-Robin

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2008-04-07 15:50:40     Re: How to use SPORT_UART

Luxe Thomas (AUSTRIA)

Message: 53761    Hi Robin, thanks for your answer...     I know that page but it doesn't help me really much. The methods I've to use are implemented in bfin_sport_uart.c, right? But because I've no experiance in handling "normal" serial interfaces it's hard for me to understand how to use these functions in which order. Do you know if there exist something like a tutorial how to use such serial interfaces? ... or maybe you can afford some minutes for my "linux-education"    and tell me  the basics...  for example: what is the second parameter of open? best regards, Thomas

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2008-04-07 16:14:15     Re: How to use SPORT_UART

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 53762    please refer to:

http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=serial_driver

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2008-04-07 16:48:07     Re: How to use SPORT_UART

Luxe Thomas (AUSTRIA)

Message: 53763    Thanks, I think that is exactly what I need!

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