Iain B. Findleton
ifindleton at videotron.ca
Mon Oct 26 14:11:19 CET 2009
Al Johnson wrote:
> On Sunday 25 October 2009, Ivo van den Maagdenberg wrote:
>> 2009/10/25 Frederik Sdun <frederik.sdun at googlemail.com>
>>> * Iain B. Findleton <ifindleton at videotron.ca> [25.10.2009 13:19]:
>>>> Where is the device control for the accelerometers on SHR? Was
>>>> /sys/bus/platform/devices/ls302dl.1/2 or some such on the OM distros.
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>>> here's an overview of the sysfs paths:
>> No luck. The paths specified on the page you refer to do not exits on the
>> SHR release.
>> root at om-gta02 ~ $ ls -a /sys/devices/platform/
>> . physmap-flash.0 s3c2440-sdi s3c-ohci
>> .. power s3c2440-uart.0 soc-audio
>> gta02-led.0 s3c2410-iis s3c2440-uart.1 uevent
>> gta02-pm-wlan.0 s3c2410-wdt s3c2440-uart.2
>> neo1973-memconfig.0 s3c2440-i2c s3c2440-usbgadget
>> neo1973-version.0 s3c2440-nand s3c24xx_pwm.0
>> facedoes neither point to the right direction in the SHR case.
>> Any other suggestions how to manipulate the accelerometers?
> This is a case of a wiki page in need of an update because it only makes sense
> if you already know what it means ;-)
> Note the first line on the page:
> "NOTE: These only apply to Linux kernel 2.6.24, 2.6.28 has different paths
> (see below)"
> The #Accelerometers link you were given points to the paths for 2.6.24 which
> have explanations, but aren't used by any current distro. Below that is a
> section that says what each path from 2.6.24 changed to in 2.6.28 and later,
> and are used by all current distros. Scroll to the very end of the page and
> you'll find the answer you were looking for.
Well, unfortunately, the information found where you indicate it to be
does not in fact point to the required lis302dl control entries.
Is it possible that the appropriate module needs to be loaded? Anyboy
out there do any work on accelerometers using SHR?
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