How do I sign out of these list, tried it a
couple of times, but keep receiving it :?
This stuff is too technical for me, most of the times.
This may or may not be of interest/useful, but just in case here are a couple of links to USB related work that Ito Takayuki did in the BeOS days (in English):
USB Mass Storage Driver http://euc.jp/beos/usb_mass.en.html
USB Joystick Driver http://euc.jp/beos/usb_joy.en.html
On Sat, 2006-05-27 at 15:39 +0200, FranÃ§ois Revol wrote: > > Marcus Overhagen <marcusoverhagen@xxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > I put up a Wiki page to outline design goals and implementation > > > specifications for > > > the Haiku USB stack. The page doesn't have many information yet. > > > > > > If someone here wants to work on Haiku USB stack or has any > > > information to > > > share, please add it to the wiki > > > > > > http://www.haiku-os.org/wiki/index.php?title=USB > > > > Nice! > > I added another design goal "compatibility to the R5 bus manager", > > although I'm not sure it's really needed. There are at least some USB > > drivers out there, and it would be nice if those continued to work on > > Haiku. > > > > Also, one could add some links to the sources of the USB Kit published > by Be > There is a usbkit_99-03-23.tgz on BeShare, > http://moore.cx/dan/out/ifeel/code/ifeel/support/usbkit_99-03-23.tgz > and an even newer version: > http://www.xs4all.nl/~oce/beos/usbkit.2000.01.15.tgz > It contains the sources for the usb_raw driver as well as the userland > libusb. > I don't think it has changed much since then. > > Some funny uses of it, if only it was in english: > http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~WR7S-NKMR/BeOS/kitty/index.htm > http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~WR7S-NKMR/MiddleWare/mouse/PowerMate.htm > > FranÃ§ois. > >
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