k118 is a commandline utility for driving the MAX-186/74LS373-based eight channel analog sampler sold as Kit 118 by Kitsrus. It supports four digital outputs and logging of the analog and digital inputs to a file with variable rates. It may be useful for electronics enthusiasts contemplating their own user mode parallel port driving programs.
The SilentRadio LED Sign project was created to enable messaging via serial to an old Silent Radio 7x36 programmable sign under Linux. The original sign came only with a menu-based DOS executable. There are several "effects" for this sign, only a few of which have been implemented.
The Cogent CIF Driver for Hilscher Fieldbus CIF Cards provides software access to the Hilscher CIF family of interface cards. The driver is available for Linux and QNX and works with the ISA, PCI, and, PC104 versions of the CIF card. The Cogent CIF Driver is designed to work with all Hilscher CIF cards, which means it supports all of the fieldbus protocols (DeviceNet, Profibus, Modbus Plus, ControlNet, CANopen, ASi, SDS, and InterBus). The Cogent API library has several functions specific to this driver.
The Jogdial Patch integrates the jogdial package for Sony Vaio Notebooks with the Imwheel package. This patch makes it possible to use the jogdial (a kind of mouse wheel which is built into certain Vaio notebooks) in all X applications to scroll up and down or to deliver arbitrary keystrokes to X applications. The patch works well with the picturebook Sony Vaio PCG-C1XD and might work with other notebooks with a jogdial.
lcccd14 is a kernel driver that gives normal user level programs the ability to communicate with the astronomical camera "OES LcCCD14". The module provides ioctl() commands for operating the camera electronics, setting up the cooling stage and controlling the integration of the image. It is intended to write a SANE backend later on that uses this module.