[ntp:hackers] u-blox reference clock driver
Stromeko at nexgo.de
Mon Aug 13 19:58:40 UTC 2018
Udo van den Heuvel via devel writes:
> Also: how could we interface these clocks to x86* hardware in the best way?
There's a bunch of boards that bridge between the "normal" PC and the
embedded world that actually have proper GPIO which is supported in the
Linux kernel. Aside from these anything that still has a full serial port
(preferrably logic level) on the board somewhere with line control
signals is fair game. Linux kernel wants DCD for line discipline and
RTS the other way, *BSD is configurable (at least on the input side).
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