From what I understand: Generally speaking, a driver runs in kernel space and can be called from user space. Only code in kernel space can call usb low level things / ioctl libusb is a library, so ...
I have an FPGA that I'm going to be connecting to a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian 3.6.11+. I've been reading up on how to write a USB2.0 HS driver for linux and how to reverse engineer USB ...
I have a setup with two Logitech Unifying receivers, each receiver has a keyboard bound to it. One of the receiver is to be used by the physical machine to which the devices are connected, the other ...
The usbserial stuff has been working so well for me in Ubuntu for a number of years that I have almost forgotten how to troubleshoot it. I just installed Chrubuntu, however, and now my usbserial is ...
How do I get a usb keyboard to work? I have already selected and compiled the USB HID transport layer and I don't know what else to do.
First background. I am developing a driver for Logitech game-panel devices. It's a keyboard with a screen on it. The driver is working nicely but by default the device is handled by HID. In order to ...