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Tundra Universe chip programming

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I am using watcom c32 with dos4gw and Tundra Universe chip for VME access. Any examples of programming the chip (especially for PCI slave images) would be of great help.  
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since I'm not familiar with this subject I can only offer you some links to places with information regarding your question. I hope you will find the information you need there.

http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/opsys/linux/ldp/HOWTO/VME-HOWTO-1.html
http://www2.n4comm.com/n4comm/dvmemstr.htm
http://www2.n4comm.com/n4comm/dvmeslav.htm

Hope this helps.
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