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fxload-2008_10_13-2.el5 RPM for i386

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Name: fxload Distribution: Unknown
Version: 2008_10_13 Vendor:
Release: 2.el5 Build date: Tue Sep 1 14:52:06 2009
Group: System/Kernel and hardware Build host:
Size: 40338 Source RPM: fxload-2008_10_13-2.el5.src.rpm
Packager: ATrpms <>
Summary: EZ-USB utility program
This package contains utilities for downloading firmware to EZ-USB devices.
EZ-USB devices use 8051-based microcontrollers that have been enhanced with
registers, buffers, and other device-side support for USB transactions.

It currently supports devices based on the Anchorchips EZ-USB, as well as the
Cypress EZ-USB FX (which is almost completely source compatible) and EZ-USB FX2
(which is not).  All of these support full speed (12 Mbit/sec) transfers.  The
FX2 also supports high speed (480 Mbit/s) transfers, introduced in USB 2.0.

This version of FXLOAD supports optional use of two-stage loading, where
special device firmware is used to support writing into off-chip memory such
as RAM (when firmware neeeds more than about 8 KBytes of code and data) or,
for firmware development, I2C serial EEPROM.






* Tue Sep 01 2009 Tim Verhoeven <> 2008_10_13-2
  - Moved binary to /sbin instead of /usr/sbin
* Tue Aug 25 2009 Axel Thimm <> - 2008_10_13-1
  - Make patching of linux/usb/ch9.h -> linux/usb_ch9.h dynamically.
* Wed Aug 19 2009 Tim Verhoeven <> 2008_10_13-0
  - Update to 2008_10_13
  - Initial version for Atrpms
* Wed Jul 04 2007 Tzafrir Cohen <> 2002_04_11-5xr
  - Removed Mandriva-specific mkrel
  - Rebuilding on Centos5
  - BuildRequire libusb-devel
  - fxload_centos5.diff: fix building on centos5, may break other kernels.
  - Disabling fxload-2002_04_11-types.patch: Seems to be unnecessary.
* Tue Mar 21 2006 Austin Acton <> 2002_04_11-5mdk
  - mkrel
* Sun Mar 19 2006 Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas <> 2002_04_11-4mdk
  - Remove requirement of ezusbmidi. This program may be used to load
    other firmware files, and it can be used with udev instead of hotplug.
* Fri Sep 02 2005 Olivier Blin <> 2002_04_11-3mdk
  - require ezusbmidi instead of hotplug, because the hotplug script
    is provided in ezusbmidi
  - Patch0: fix build by including <asm/types.h>
* Mon Mar 01 2004 Olivier Thauvin <> 2002_04_11-2mdk
  - Own dir
* Mon Apr 22 2002 Austin Acton <> 2002_04_11-1mdk
  - initial package



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