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DMX4Linux 2.6 - A DMX device driver package for Linux
Home Installation Documentation Interfaces Coding

LPR2DMX

The LPR2DMX series from Lighting Solutions.

Hardware configuration

The LPR2DMX series need a parport with interrupt support enabled. This should be standard for all modern parallel ports.

Driver configuration

Synopsis

lpr2dmx [ parport=<parport-number>[,<parport-number>]* ]
The driver autoprobes for interfaces on all parports. The universes are ordered by parport numbers. If you want an alternate order you have to specify the order with the module option parport. You can use the following line in /etc/modules.conf:

options lpr2dmx parport=1
Linux might not correctly autoprobe your parport interrupt. You may have to enable interrupts manually in /etc/modules.conf:

options parport_pc io=0x378 irq=7
or, if you have parport support compiled into your kernel you can use the proc filesystem:

echo 7 > /proc/....


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