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I had this on darwin-userlevel which is not right says lists.apple.com. It should go here. For some of my usb toys I'd like to provide the data on /dev nodes cause there is a similar interface structure for programs on linux. So I have working usb drivers using IOKit (in an userland app). Now I'd like provide that data in /dev with a userland daemon instead. Where can read something about this ? I'd prefer some short words on - what functions to call for registering the node in devfs ( usr/.../miscfs/devfs/) give me not really a clue on the steps.* - where and what function under which name (r,w,ioctl) to implement so that the node and its code get called if someone opens the filenode and freads. *IOSerial~ show some steps how to mount something in /dev via IOKit but that seems to be kernel - I#d prefer a userland process. thx, Hado -- Hado Hein, Berlin, Fed.Rep. of Germany http://www.batchmaker.de (software authoring, including stage lighting) _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Darwin-dev mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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