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Re: New I2C and machine probing method

On Fri, 2006-07-21 at 17:13 +0200, Matthias Grimm wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Jul 2006 21:19:30 +0200
> Matthias Grimm <matthiasgrimm@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> It would be very kind if someone with a PowerBook5,1 to PowerBook5,7
> could run the test program and send me the output. The machine
> identification seems to work good, but primarily I wanted to test the
> LMU detection.

# ./ofp

Probing machine...
  Machine: ID = 56 -> PowerBook G4 15" (Feb 2005)
'/proc/device-tree/uni-n@f8000000/i2c@f8001000/i2c-bus@0/lmu-micro@84/reg'  LMU: I2C address = 42
  I2C: 'i2c-8', 'uni-n 1'  probing /dev/i2c-8 ...
  I2C: 'i2c-7', 'uni-n 0'  probing /dev/i2c-7 ... gotcha, this is the
LMU device  I2C: 'i2c-6', 'mac-io 0'
  I2C: 'i2c-5', 'pmu 1'
  I2C: 'i2c-4', 'pmu 2'
  I2C: 'i2c-3', 'crt2'
  I2C: 'i2c-2', 'vga'
  I2C: 'i2c-1', 'dvi'
  I2C: 'i2c-0', 'monid'

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