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How to add/write a modules to emulate throught modprobe?

just for the story, I'm using the barometer bmp085, which is using bus 12c. There are enough library out there to read it just fine. My current usage is to query and interpret the readings through a ...
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Issues getting specific Raspberry Kernel Sources from Github

I have a Issue getting the Kernel Sources for the Raspberry from Github. To be clear, I have no Problem in getting them as such, but for a specific Kernel Version of the 3.10.y-Branch, lets say ...
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Getting to grips withSPI using spidev.py

I am trying to send data from the Rpi to another piece of hardware via SPI. I have installed the various modules required and have it handshaking nicely using: resp = spi.xfer2([0xFF]) print resp I ...
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Enabling audible terminal bell/beep on wheezy

I am trying to enable an audible terminal bell/beep through the 1/8" mini-rca audio out (headphone jack) on debian wheezy with the rapsberry pi model b. Normal audio works as expected, when playing a ...
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Kernel module assembly output

I compiled the kernel modules written in C directly on my Raspberry Pi using this Makefile: obj-m := HelloWorld.o all: $(MAKE) -C /lib/modules/$(shell uname -r)/build M=$(PWD) modules clean: ...
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Getting Sigmatel USB IR adapters to work

I have a set of Sigmatel 4200 wireless IR adapters, and I'm having trouble getting them to work under raspbian wheezy. I can modprobe the driver, and it shows up in dmesg, but it doesn't create any ...
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Installed pyusb, still: 'ImportError: no module named core'

On my Raspberry Pi I installed libusb and pyusb via sudo apt-get install libusb-dev python-usb. But running some Python code (pyrow, to read data from a rowing machine) gives me this error at import ...
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Raspbian missing modules in lsmod output

when I type lsmod I get the output below. But I am missing all the other but the sound modules. Why are no other modules shown? I am using the latest Raspbian release (12/16/12) root@raspberrypi:~# ...
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Periodic task in kernel module

I currently developing a gpio based kernel module for a custom protocol. as per requirements of protocol, i have to send data, clock and enable signal to output device throgh gpio. this data is ...
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Unloading kernel module does not remove /dev/ device file

I have had success following tutorials for developing kernel modules, running them on a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS virtual machine. Particularly the example in this tutorial works fine on Ubuntu on a 3.2.0 ...
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How to make raspbian load the i2c-dev module on boot up

I have installed 2012-07-15-wheezy-raspbian, and the i2c-dev module and i2c_bcm2708 are there and work with i2c-tools. How do I get the i2c-dev module etc. to load at bootup?
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How do I run a command at boot?

As stated in Why is my Audio (Sound) Output not working?, to initialise the sound driver, you must run sudo modprobe snd_bcm2835 every time you want to output sound. How do I get this to run on boot? ...