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Manual Reference Pages  -  FTDI-EEPROM (8)

NAME

ftdi-eeprom - tool to programm eeprom on FTDI usb devices

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Examples
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

ftdi-eeprom -f dev [-a addr] -w vendor_id product_id release_number bus_powered remote_wakeup current manufacturer_string product_string serial_string

DESCRIPTION

ftdi-eeprom writes the contents of the configuration eeproms for FTDI usb chips.

The arguments are as follows:
-f dev The -f option sets the name of the device. It can be either an usb bus or an ugen device.
[-a addr]
  The -a option sets the USB address in case the named device is a complete bus.
-w The -w option enables writing.
vendor_id
  The vendor_id argument names the usb vendor id.
product_id
  The product_id argument names the usb product id.
release_number
  The release_number argument names the usb release number.
bus_powered
  The boolean bus_powered argumend says wether the device is bus powered.
remote_wakeup
  The boolean remote_wakeup argument says wether the device supports the usb wakeup feature.
current
  The current argument says how much current the enabled device will take in mA.
manufacturer_string
  The manufacturer_string argument is a string naming the manufacturer.
product_string
  The product_string argument is a string naming the product.
serial_string
  The serial_string argument is the serial number of the device.

EXAMPLES

The following example:

    ftdi-eeprom -f /dev/usb0 -a 5 -w 0x403 0x6001 0x200 1 1 90 ’BWCT’ ’Serial Interface’ 2002112901

writes the eeprom at device number 5 on usb bus 0. The device will be bus powered with 90mA.

The following example:

    ftdi-eeprom -f /dev/usb0 -a 6 -w 0x403 0x6001 0x200 0 1 0 ’BWCT’ ’Serial Interface’ 2002112902

writes the eeprom at device number 6 on usb bus 0. The device will be self powered.

SEE ALSO

usb(4) ugen(4)

AUTHOR


.An Bernd Walter Aq bernd@bwct.de .
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