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What's /dev/port

Posted on 2000-03-06
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Hi there,
I saw I have a /dev/port file. Looking in file system, I read it was for accessing to ioport. How can I use it to acces to parallel port ?
How can I specify the io port I want to work with ?

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#include the file

asm/io.h

Now you will have macros

outb, inb, ...

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Does that mean I open /dev/port and then does inp and outp ?
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No you don't have to open the /dev/port
outb and inb are the assembler makros whih you can use.
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