Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 15:36:39 +0200
I'm currently developing an application under linux
that would communicate through the USB bus with Microchip
Pic16C745 and Pic16C765.
Microchip implemented the USB protocol so that the
devices appears as a HID and in fact Linux recognize
it as an HID device with the path /dev/usb/hiddev0 and
I found some example application here
The Pic device contain a firmware already tested under windows.
The device is correctely opened as a file, but I'm having
difficulties in read and write byte to/from the device.
Does anyone have experience in communicating using HID?
Is there any read/write example application?
Thank in advance for your help
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