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Support for FT2232C chip

Subject: Support for FT2232C chip
From: "Jason Marshall"
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 21:12:11 +0200
Hi All

Can anybody please tell me if the NetBSD kernel - uftdi supports the 
new FT2232C chip from ftdi?

The ftdi website states that Freebsd and OpenBSD do provide support.


Subject: Re: supported USB devices from FTDI
To: None <tech-kern@xxxxxxxxxx>
From: Patrick Welche <prlw1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
List: tech-kern
Date: 12/27/2004 00:57:27 
On Fri, Dec 24, 2004 at 05:39:18PM +0100, Klaus Heinz wrote:
> Hi,
> I stumbled upon the page
> It says FreeBSD has support for FT8U232AM and FT8U245AM while OpenBSD
> supposed to support FT8U100AX, FT8U232AM and FT8U245AM.
> In FreeBSD's "usbdevs" (rev 1.215) I see
>   product FTDI SERIAL_8U100AX 0x8372  8U100AX Serial converter
>   product FTDI SERIAL_8U232AM 0x6001  8U232AM Serial converter
> while OpenBSD's (rev 1.127) contains
>   product FTDI SERIAL_8U232AM 0x6001  8U232AM Serial converter
>   product FTDI PS2KBDMS               0x8371  PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse
>   product FTDI SERIAL_8U100AX 0x8372  Serial converter
>   product FTDI LCD_MX200      0xfa01  Matrix Orbital MX200 Series LCD
>   product FTDI LCD_LK202_24   0xfa03  Matrix Orbital LK202-24 LCD
>   product FTDI LCD_LK204_24   0xfa04  Matrix Orbital LK204-24 LCD
>   product FTDI LCD_CFA_631    0xfc0c  Crystalfontz CFA-631 LCD
>   product FTDI LCD_CFA_632    0xfc08  Crystalfontz CFA-632 LCD
>   product FTDI LCD_CFA_633    0xfc0b  Crystalfontz CFA-633 LCD
>   product FTDI LCD_CFA_634    0xfc09  Crystalfontz CFA-634 LCD
>   product FTDI SEMC_DSS20     0xfc82  SEMC DSS-20 SyncStation
> As the FT8U245AM is mentioned neither there nor in NetBSD's "usbdevs"
> file and both projects took this driver from NetBSD, can I conclude
> web page is simply wrong?
> I would like to send them the correct list of their devices NetBSD
> supports for 1.6 and 2.0 (ie. FT8U100AX and FT8U232AM).

Slightly off topic, but again in usbdevs, there is

product CANON EOS300D                0x3084  EOS 300D / Digital Rebel

I just plugged one in and go 0x3099 instead..



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