We have an immediate need to port an XP USB driver to a particular flavor of Linux. We need to find a way to interface our product, sending simple text strings, to Motorola MOTOTRBO base stations, relayed for display on handsets.
Our product is based on the Technologic TS-7800 single board computer running Linux:
?The TS-7800 uses an improved Linux 2.6 Kernel (currently 2.6.21 version) that allows 0.69 second bootup from NAND Flash and provides driver support for all on-board hardware.?
The Motorola MOTOTRBO XPR 4550 Base Station acts as USB slave via its rear interface connector (no serial RS-232 capability), intended to be connected to a Windows XP computer.
Motorola advises we have two options:
1) Use the USB device descriptor information found in the MOTOTRBO Non-IP Peripheral ADK document to create our own Linux driver.
2) Use Linux open-source community literature to create a Linux wrapper for RNDIS
Feel free to post any helpful suggestions. If you'd like to inquire as a paid consultant please reply with a brief description of your technical ability and experience a) porting USB drivers from XP to Linux and b) your familiarity with the MOTOTRBO system. Reply to email@example.com.
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