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'[EE]: Dataq DI-194 Linux?'
2004\02\28@133305 by Herbert Graf

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Got one of these modules a few years ago to play with but never really did
much with it. I'd like to get it going again but in Linux. The manufacturer
doesn't appear to support Linux. Anybody know where I might find some Linux
software to support this thing? Don't really want to throw it out. TTYL

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2004\02\28@140909 by Neil Cherry

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Herbert Graf wrote:
> Got one of these modules a few years ago to play with but never really did
> much with it. I'd like to get it going again but in Linux. The manufacturer
> doesn't appear to support Linux. Anybody know where I might find some Linux
> software to support this thing? Don't really want to throw it out. TTYL

Try this info:

http://home.comcast.net/~ncherry/common/dataq-di194.html

and this source code & make file:

http://www.tcrobots.org/software/dataq/dataq.c
http://www.tcrobots.org/software/dataq/makefile

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2004\02\28@150107 by Herbert Graf

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> Herbert Graf wrote:
> > Got one of these modules a few years ago to play with but never
> really did
> > much with it. I'd like to get it going again but in Linux. The
> manufacturer
> > doesn't appear to support Linux. Anybody know where I might
> find some Linux
> > software to support this thing? Don't really want to throw it out. TTYL
>
> Try this info:
>
> http://home.comcast.net/~ncherry/common/dataq-di194.html
>
> and this source code & make file:
>
> http://www.tcrobots.org/software/dataq/dataq.c
> http://www.tcrobots.org/software/dataq/makefile

       Thanks alot Neil, that's EXACTLY what I was looking for! It didn't work at
first, there was no note that I had to change the program to use the key for
my particular device. Got it working now. This list rocks... TTYL

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2004\02\28@182904 by Neil Cherry

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Herbert Graf wrote:

>>Try this info:
>>
>>home.comcast.net/~ncherry/common/dataq-di194.html
>>
>>and this source code & make file:
>>
>>http://www.tcrobots.org/software/dataq/dataq.c
>>http://www.tcrobots.org/software/dataq/makefile
>
>
>         Thanks alot Neil, that's EXACTLY what I was looking for! It didn't work at
> first, there was no note that I had to change the program to use the key for
> my particular device. Got it working now. This list rocks... TTYL

// A Cmd is sent as NULL, CMD (read reply), data (read reply)
char dataq_init_cmd[42] = {
  0,66, 1,  // B ^A (Not sure what this is for but here it is)
  0,83,48,  // S 0  Stop
  0,78,90,  // N Z  Rtn Serial # (we should get 10 digits back but we do not ???)
#if 1       // My key is different 5F80CC96
  0,69,0x35,  // E 5  Key
  0,69,0x46,  // E F   "
  0,69,0x38,  // E 8   "
  0,69,0x30,  // E 0   "
  0,69,0x43,  // E C   "
  0,69,0x43,  // E C   "
  0,69,0x39,  // E 9   "
  0,69,0x36,  // E 6   "
#else
  0,69,65,  // E A  Key
  0,69,56,  // E 8   "
  0,69,52,  // E 4   "
  0,69,52,  // E 4   "
  0,69,56,  // E 8   "
  0,69,69,  // E E   "
  0,69,53,  // E 5   "
  0,69,65,  // E A   "
#endif
  0,67,63,  // C ?  Channels all four channels (48 = '0', 63 = '?' all (1111))
  0,68,48,  // D 0   Digi (???) output sq wave
  0,83,49}; // S 1  Start

Oh, yeah, I forgot about that! Above are the comments from when I tore
into the code. BTW, it didn't work on my DigiBoard, seemed to not have
enough power. Works fine on a regular RS232 port.

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