Paul Alfille | 1 Apr 03:20 2005
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mail-archive

I've signed up this mail list (owfs-developers) to be mirrored at 
http://www.mail-archive.com

This is a searchable repository.

The mail list is also mirrored at gmane (http://www.gmane.com).

The point of all this is to capture the discussions and discoveries that have  
accompanied OWFS's development.

Paul

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Mark Farley | 1 Apr 05:05 2005
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Looking for guidance with DS2405 problem.

Hello,

I am currently experiencing a problem that I am  hopeful
your assistance could rectify.

Background:
 Our test configuration consists of one DS2482-100 and two DS2405's.

Code Flow Outline:
 1. OpenI2cDriver()
 2. CheckDriverStatus()
 3. HardwareDetect()
 4. I2CStop()
 5. I2CStart()

// device reset
 6. I2CWriteByte(0x32,0xf0) 
 7. I2CStop()

// Write Config Register
 8. I2CStart()
9. I2CWriteArray(0x32,0xd2,1,0x00)
 10.I2CSTOP()
 11.I2CSTART()
 12.I2CReadBYTE(0x32,ret_data) // read config register and see resulting 0x0

// 1 wire reset to begin 1 wire activity
 13.I2CSTART()
 14.I2CWriteByte(0x32,0xb4)
 15.I2CSTOP()
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Paul Alfille | 2 Apr 05:03 2005
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Re: Looking for guidance with DS2405 problem.

On Thursday 31 March 2005 10:05 pm, Mark Farley wrote:
> Hello,
>
>
> I am currently experiencing a problem that I am  hopeful
> your assistance could rectify.
>
> Background:
>  Our test configuration consists of one DS2482-100 and two DS2405's.
>

Mark,

I fear you have misdirected your query.

OWFS  doesn't support the DS2482, which uses I2C communication and is really 
more suited to microprocessor (8bit) devices. OWFS There's no inherent reason 
not to support it, except most desktop machines (or even embedded machines 
with enough horsepower to support OWFS) don't use I2C for this kind of 
purpose

Further, the code examples you give are not the OWFS API.

For more about OWFS, see http://owfs.sourceforge.net

Paul Alfille

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Geo Carncross | 1 Apr 21:55 2005
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Re: mail-archive

I thought sourceforge already kept an archive?

On Thu, 2005-03-31 at 20:20 -0500, Paul Alfille wrote:
> I've signed up this mail list (owfs-developers) to be mirrored at 
> http://www.mail-archive.com
> 
> This is a searchable repository.
> 
> The mail list is also mirrored at gmane (http://www.gmane.com).
> 
> The point of all this is to capture the discussions and discoveries that have  
> accompanied OWFS's development.
> 
> Paul
> 
> 
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A C | 2 Apr 09:28 2005
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Re: FYI: Wish works on Linksys WRT routers

Sure.  I'll type up something.  Do you want intro, reasoning, or just
the diffs of the make files?  I can give you a tarball or a ipkg (I
run OpenWRT on mine).

Next who wants the honors of putting OWFS on this first? :)

http://www.aibohack.com/zipit/index.html

On Mar 31, 2005 3:56 AM, Alfille, Paul H.,M.D. <PALFILLE <at> partners.org> wrote:
> Do you want to add this to the web site WRT pages?
> 
> (Or tell me more and I'll add it).
> 
> Paul
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owfs-developers-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> [mailto:owfs-developers-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net]On Behalf Of A C
> Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 12:49 AM
> To: owfs-developers <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: [Owfs-developers] FYI: Wish works on Linksys WRT routers
> 
> FYI in case anyone is planning on using OWFS for sensors and X10 for
> control. I've managed to cross compile Wish for the Linksys (thanks to
> Christians notes on the list).
> 
> So I run a PowerLinc II on /dev/tts/0 and owfs /dev/tts/1 and is working.
> 
> Wish:
> http://wish.sf.net
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Paul Alfille | 3 Apr 03:11 2005
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Re: mail-archive

It does. but the interface isn't convenient -- arranged by month with poor 
indexing.

gmane offers permanent URLs to messages -- making citing easier. Besides, it's 
all free, and might extend exposure.

Paul

On Friday 01 April 2005 02:55 pm, Geo Carncross wrote:
> I thought sourceforge already kept an archive?
>
> On Thu, 2005-03-31 at 20:20 -0500, Paul Alfille wrote:
> > I've signed up this mail list (owfs-developers) to be mirrored at
> > http://www.mail-archive.com
> >
> > This is a searchable repository.
> >
> > The mail list is also mirrored at gmane (http://www.gmane.com).
> >
> > The point of all this is to capture the discussions and discoveries that
> > have accompanied OWFS's development.
> >
> > Paul
> >
> >
> > -------------------------------------------------------
> > This SF.net email is sponsored by Demarc:
> > A global provider of Threat Management Solutions.
> > Download our HomeAdmin security software for free today!
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Paul Alfille | 3 Apr 03:22 2005
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Re: FYI: Wish works on Linksys WRT routers

On Saturday 02 April 2005 02:28 am, A C wrote:
> Sure.  I'll type up something.  Do you want intro, reasoning, or just
> the diffs of the make files?  I can give you a tarball or a ipkg (I
> run OpenWRT on mine).

Intro is very important. It needn't be a formal exposition, unless you have a 
hankering. Just tell us what it is and how one uses it.

Reasoning is also good.

tarball or patch is fine. we'll post whatever you want, tarball and ipkg if 
you have them.
>
> Next who wants the honors of putting OWFS on this first? :)
>
> http://www.aibohack.com/zipit/index.html
>
Cute device. Terrible screen. I guess it could be the interface for the 
WRT54G, but otherwise seems to have no serial or USB ports.

Paul

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Paul Alfille | 3 Apr 04:26 2005
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Added DS2413

Just got my DS2413 -- a dual channel switch.

Unfortunately, it SMD so I didn't test it, but working from the datasheet, I 
added support.

Interesting chip. It's modern in terms of supporting the newer ROM commands 
(overdrive, resume, etc), but less sophisticated than the DS2406 in many 
ways.

No memory. No alarms. Confusing latches. Switches up to 28V.

Family code 3A

Added man page and  entry in commands.html.

Paul

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Gregg C Levine | 3 Apr 04:47 2005
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RE: FYI: Wish works on Linksys WRT routers

Hello from Gregg C Levine
A C, it's nice to know I'm not the only one who's got a sense of humor
like that on this list.

I'll double that by stating who wants to be the first on our list to
actually confirm the page author's successes with one of those things?
Next funny question, has anyone actually seen one for sale near them?

That series of steps reminds me of the problems concerning the
re-flashing of a crashed IPAQ using the JTAG lines on it. The problem
is that they are buried inside the machine, and you need to take it
apart first. See http://openwince.sf.net for clews.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: owfs-developers-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net
[mailto:owfs-developers-
> admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of A C
> Sent: Saturday, April 02, 2005 2:28 AM
> To: owfs-developers <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: [Owfs-developers] FYI: Wish works on Linksys WRT
routers
> 
> Sure.  I'll type up something.  Do you want intro, reasoning, or
just
> the diffs of the make files?  I can give you a tarball or a ipkg (I
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Paul Alfille | 3 Apr 05:06 2005
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Re: FYI: Wish works on Linksys WRT routers

Linux Journal (April 2005) has an obtuse article about linux running in a 
military satelite. Clearly another porting opportunity for OWFS.

Anyone with a spare TacSat-1?

Even better, the Sep 2004 LJ features linux and the Mars Rover....

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