If the parport card uses some version of the standard register addresses and bit assignments, then it ought to work. The instructions were to vague and after googling, it seems the driver was to old and the manufacturer stopped supporting it. Here’s to why it states serial: The is a parallel port, did you try the generic printer port USB driver? I didn’t download the sourcecode to that driver so it’s quite possible that warning enable isn’t in the makefile and may need some grepping to find it Sat Sep 10, As I explained above, I too tried to install an old printer with a parallel card and was going around in circles with the driver and installation instructions.
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Im using ubuntu 8. I eventually found a tutorial by Lazly at http: As I explained above, I too tried to install an old printer with a parallel card and was going around in circles with the driver and installation instructions. I googled ’til my fingers were raw and still nothing.
Hi all, I’m an absolute beginner to LinuxCNC please excuse the post if in wrong subforumbut it looks very mpschip, so I was asked by a friend if I could help him setup a simple 3-axis CNC machine. Anybody else seen this?
MCS – PCIe to Multi I/O (4S, 2S+1P) Controller | ASIX
The first thing I wonder about and 99912 seem to be able to find is what chipset should the PCIe expansion card be equipped with – my MoBo unfortunately doesn’t offer any Parallel port.
Card actually has a parallel port. We have driver support up to 2.
After downloading it, I tried to compile it using the “make” command and I got the following errors: Bus Device It worked perfectly, thanks a lot. Join Date Oct Beans moship.
I dug up an old live-cd image with ubuntu I was beginning to wonder if it had worked for you.
August 4th, 8. The manufacturer of the cable provides a driver for the cable on their website. Unfortunately 992 don’t know what has changed in the driver subsystem to port the driver to the new version of the kernel I couldn’t “Make” or “compile” anything from the driver. I’ve found one available at some local dealer – it says Moschip MCS most probably that one you’ve mentioned?
LKML: “Dr. David Alan Gilbert”: parallel port on Mostech/NetMos Technology PCIe
I don’t think the Adapter card itself was the problem. October 27th, 7. Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc. Make sure the destination ports should free to occupy. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
3.3. List of PCI IDs of supported serial interface cards based on the Moschip controller
By the way, there were two serial ports listed on the same card. Edit the makefile and remove that phrase wherever you see it.
So, the card arrived and is pluged into: The second file should already exist so you just need to add the line to it. Start Prev 1 2 Next End. Start Prev 1 2 Next End.
MCS9900 — PCIe to Multi I/O (4S, 2S+1P) Controller
The and are serial, which won’t work of course. Wed Sep 14, 3: It was not very detailed but I managed.
I used Nano in my examples.