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Re: I2C interface
It's not really used for anything, but you can use it as /dev/eeprom
if you want to, if not, you can simply remove it.
It's on the same I2C bus as the timekeeper, but a GPIO pin is used
to select which one to use.
From: Jonas Aaberg <email@example.com>
To: dev-etrax <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, February 08, 2001 16:30
Subject: I2C interface
>I will need to control some I2C chips from the etrax devboard.
>Therefore I have to make some small modifications on the board, in other
>words attach two cables, and I wonder what does the EEPROM that is
>sitting the I2C interface?