[ntp:questions] RE: questions Digest, Vol 20, Issue 49
GDowd at symmetricom.com
Thu May 25 22:36:35 UTC 2006
I'll try to investigate this a little from the Symmetricom side
as well. The reference clock driver is basically a no-brainer. And, I
believe that everyone who buys a Symm PCI card gets some sort of Linux
driver. The only issue is the interface to the driver. I tend to write
my own drivers because then they do what I want them to do so I'm not up
on what we as a company distribute.
Date: Thu, 25 May 2006 21:48:17 +0000
From: "David L. Mills" <mills at udel.edu>
Subject: [ntp:questions] Re: Symmetricon bc635PCI-U
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I have no problem adding the bc635 driver to the current distribution.
The KSI/Odetics driver should probably be retired anyway. While I try to
push back on more drivers, what I am trying to encourage is that drivers
similar in function should where possible be merged and what different
features are required be discovered at run time. This has worked well
for all Austron, Spectracom and TrueTime products so far. I remain a
little suspicious about the burgeoning crop of GPS drivers.
Steve Kostecke wrote:
> On 2006-05-25, Rob <hundoj at comcast.net> wrote:
>>I have written a device driver for FreeBSD, standard BSD open-source
>>license. I don't have anywhere to post it for download,
> We can find a place for it at ntp.isc.org
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