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    I've added support for more programmer-friendly...

    I've added support for more programmer-friendly API calls; you can now get/set configuration values using just your standard system integer and float. There's also an m4Diagnostics structure that you...
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    Those are from `lsusb -v': ram@agv1 ~ $ sudo...

    Those are from `lsusb -v':

    ram@agv1 ~ $ sudo lsusb -v
    [...]
    Bus 005 Device 003: ID 04d8:d001 Microchip Technology, Inc.
    [...]
    Endpoint Descriptor:
    bLength 7
    ...
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    mostly because I was already somewhat familiar...

    mostly because I was already somewhat familiar with 0.1 from working on the Mac/Linux Carnetix CNX-P2140 driver. Also, 0.1 is more commonly available/used than 1.0 is (or so the libusb website says).
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    m4api now supports Mac and BSD, as it has been...

    m4api now supports Mac and BSD, as it has been modified to use libusb (0.1) instead of hiddev.

    $ git clone git://ram.umd.edu/bits/m4api.git
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    The code has been updated to use libusb (0.1)...

    The code has been updated to use libusb (0.1) instead of hiddev, so it can now be run on Mac, *BSD and Windows (though Windows usage will probably take some changes).
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    M4-ATX tools for Linux

    m4api, a tool for monitoring and configuring your M4-ATX PSU from Linux, is now available at http://ram.umd.edu/wiki/Public/Software/m4api

    See 'Power Supplies' thread:...
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    Sticky: Linux tools

    An M4-ATX setup/monitoring tool for Linux, Mac and *BSD is available at http://ram.umd.edu/wiki/Public/Software/m4api . It supports nearly everything the OEM setup application does, including getting...
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    M4-ATX tools for Linux

    Here's m4api, a tool for monitoring and configuring your M4-ATX PSU from Linux, Mac or *BSD. It exposes the six main diagnostic fields from the official program and all 47 configuration variables of...
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