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    yes, myself and Chunky_Ks have written a simple driver. I want to make a dcdc-usb daemon but the right thing to do may be to write a ups driver using kernel interfaces. that way thinks like UPower/devicekit can use it....

    Anyway, if you can use the code, i can post it somewhere.

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    That'd be great. I'd like to have a look at the code, I'm looking to write a simple utility that monitors Vin, and ultimately signals the PSU to power off when it drops below a certain level (for "safe" SLA discharge).

    Problem is I know zip about USB, so would love a working example!

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    Quote Originally Posted by af3556 View Post
    That'd be great. I'd like to have a look at the code, I'm looking to write a simple utility that monitors Vin, and ultimately signals the PSU to power off when it drops below a certain level (for "safe" SLA discharge).

    Problem is I know zip about USB, so would love a working example!
    that actually makes two of us... but i learned a little bit by doing this. I'll I do currently is read voltages. If you figure out how to do anything else useful, patches accepted .

    I'll have it in a git repo as soon as I see what license Chunky_Ks wants for his contributed part...
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    Hello,
    do you released your code tripzero? I would like to retrieve data from my dcdcusb and your code could be very helpfull.
    Please let me know

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    I did post the code: http://archive.openice.org/repos/dcdcusb.git. I'm afraid it's not very useful if you don't know how to code. I'm thinking of making a qt-based dbus daemon. would that be useful?
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