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How can i detect which board i am using through the i2c of the raspberry pi [closed]

I am working on a project where i moved from raspberry pi model B to B+. So i need to change my audio driver to work on both models by doing some GPIO changes . The requirement is, i have to find ...
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How to know which revision the rpi board belongs to using c language program

I need to do some changes in my audio card driver on the raspberry pi board. What I need to do is: I have to check which model board it is and then I have to program the GPIO's based on the revision ...
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How does a program check whether it's running on a 512MB RPi?

Do the 512MB RPI's have a different board revision? ie, can you just look at the revision in /proc/cpuinfo to determine if you have a 512MB RPi? Otherwise what's the easiest way to check?
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How can I visually identify which board revision I have?

This question asks about using /proc/cpuinfo to identify the revision of the board I have. Are there any visual characteristics that differentiate between the different board revisions?
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How can I identify from command line which board revision I have?

I just ran cat /proc/cpuinfo on my board. I get "Revision : 1000002". I've failed to find any mention of which version of the board this is. Any help?
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What are the software implication of changes in Model B, rev 2.0?

As described in http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/1929, there are various changes. Does this effect software that isn't using I2C or the new GPIO signals? I'm assuming I wouldn't be using the ...