Your are right. I had the wrong IOBASEADDRESS.
now with 378 in the registry it works.
Thank you very much. I think it save me a couple of additional days,
cause there so many parameters, which can be wrong and I'm ion the very
Do you know a good summary about the registry-entries, cause there is so
many differnt kinds of entries, that I guess I will never know what to
enter if I want to add a device by myself.
Example: How to ajust baud-rates of serial ports ?
> > Jeff McLeman schrieb:
> > > Did you put the appropriate registry entries in the platform.reg file?
> > > If so, run a registry editor and see if the parallel port is active under
> > > HLM\Drivers\Active
> > > jeff
> > I looked at the registry with remote registry and this is what I got
> > [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\Active\06]
> > "Name"="LPT1:"
> > "ClientInfo"=dword:00000000
> > "Hnd"=dword:00030bec
> > "Key"="Drivers\\BuiltIn\\Parallel">
> > AND
> > [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\Parallel]
> > "DeviceArrayIndex"=dword:00000000
> > "Prefix"="LPT"
> > "Dll"="Parallel.Dll"
> > "Order"=dword:00000000
> > "IoBase"=dword:00000278
> > "IoLen"=dword:0000000c
> > "DeviceType"=dword:00000000
> > "FriendlyName"="Parallel Cable on LPT1:"
> > "DevConfig"=hex:\
> > 10,00,00,00,05,00,00,00,10,01,00,00,00,4b,00,00,00,00,08,00,00,00,00,00,00
> > For me it looks pretty good. But maybe it is not the parallel.dll which
> > should be included in order to drive a primitive Line Printer ?
> > Ciao Sven
> Did you notice that IOBase is 0x278. 0x378 is usually the default
> LPT1: That might be confusing.
> Running Linux Kernel 2.2.5
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