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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] PS/2 Controller
Aws Ismail wrote:
> Hi Pablo,
> I was sifting through the /drivers/input/ list on the git repository and
> I have found the driver for the xps_ps2 IP core. This can be found here:
> Its been added by John Linn from Xilinx on July of 2008. As part of my
> project of migrating Petalinux to the XUPV2P board, I want to eventually
> use a PS/2 keyboard attached to the PS/2 port of the board. My EDK
> project is microblaze-based and uses the XPS_PS2 core. However, looking
> at the Kconfig entry of the XPS_PS2 driver, john linn mentions that its
> for PPC, I am new to all of this so do you know if it will work with a
> microblaze-based design instead?
I haven't tested it but I don't expect any big troubles. If you can please
try it and let me know.
> By the way, I also checked the SVN trunk for Petalinux here (username:
> guest, no password):
> and the driver does not exist.
> If anyone has tried using this driver, would you please let me know if
> it works with a microblaze-based EDK project.
> Best Regards.
> On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 2:41 AM, <pcolodron@xxxxxxxx
> <mailto:pcolodron@xxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am actually working with a ML405 board and microblaze. I have
> succesfully ported a uClinux system with framebuffer support. My
> next aim is to work with a PS/2 mouse and a PS/2 keyboard.
> I guessed I had to activate 'Device Drivers'->'Input device
> support'->'Mouse interface' and 'Provide legacy /dev/psaux'.
> I also activated 'Device Drivers'->'Input device
> support'->'Mouse'->'PS/2 Mouse' and also 'AT Keyboard'.
> However, if I do this I do not have any /dev/psaux in my system and
> neither I have /dev/input. Is this normal?
> 'i8042 PC keyboard controller' is activated as well but I believe
> that, in my case, I need a specific Xilinx PS/2 driver, am I right?
> I have been looking at ../drivers/input files and, if I am not
> mistaken, mousedev.c should register the devices /dev/psaux and
> dev/mice. When the kernel boots, I receive 'mice: PS/2 mouse device
> common for all mice'.
> Could anyone help to understand the connection beeween these drivers
> and devices? Do you know any place where I could find a driver for
> Xilinx PS/2?
> Thanks a lot for your help.
> Kind regards,
> Pablo Colodron
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