Subject: Re: PCMCIA Daemon
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Atsushi Onoe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/24/2000 08:36:51
> > You could make something similar to what I did for USB, and introduce a
> > device that reports events, like hardware attach and detach.
> Where should I start looking for this code?
You could find the kernel code in sys/dev/usb/usb.c, and userland code
can be found, e.g. usr.sbin/usbd of freebsd tree.
I've also implemented this card management stuff for Wildboar for BSD/OS,
which is now integrated into BSD/OS, while I hear that it has been changed
from my cdev implementation to socket base implementation.
I heard also Hayakawa-san (email@example.com) considers to implement
socketmanager pseudo device.
There will be some point to be discussed.
- how generic
just for pccard or integrate usb, scsi, 1394, ...
- what event should be handled
hooks to prepare KLM?
- start running (e.g. network device)
- socket or character device
I prefer to use character device.
- locking support for select(2)
only one device is allowed to open
use number of devices just like bpf or pty
create device at open, though not available yet.