Re: [INPUT] simple question on driver initialisation.
From: moreau francis
Date: Tue Jul 26 2005 - 07:29:03 EST
Thanks Vojtech for your answers !
--- Vojtech Pavlik <vojtech@xxxxxxx> a écrit :
> It's also available via an ioctl() and in sysfs. This allows you to
> specify in an application that you want a device plugged into a specific
> port of the machine. Not many applications can use it at the moment, but
> udev can use it to assign a name of the device node.
hmm, how can I use ioctl to find the location device since I need the location
to pass it to ioctl ?
I can't find "pinpad/input0" in sysfs, does that mean I need to add sysfs
suppport in my driver, and it's not done in input module when I register
my input driver ?
> "pinpad/input0" doesn't sound right. What port is your pinpad connected
Actually I'm working on an embedded system which owns a pinpad controller.
This controller is accessed by using io mem and it talks to the pinpad through
a dedicated bus. So I accessed it through io space.
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