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yesterday I started to write an MI driver for the Catweasel MK3 and MK4 PCI
The card is recognized, the io space is mapped and the hardware is
initialized (firmware uploaded into the card's FPGA).
ATM I have two questions:
1. The firmware is large, with about 60k. Does anybody have experience
with using a compressed firmware image in the driver, which is uncompressed
on the fly, while uploading it to the chip? How would I do that?
(This would probably make sense for most firmware, so a common interface
in the kernel could be quite useful.)
2. The card also supports two (Amiga/Atari-style) digital joysticks. It
would be nice to make them appear as joy(4). Is it possible to use
the same device major number as /dev/joy* but with a another driver than
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