Posts Tagged ‘8.04’
In part one we built a kernel module and put it somewhere in the filesystem. In this part, we’re going to tell the inputattach utility what to do with it.
A couple of months ago, I bought a Walkera Dragonfly #04, just for fun. While actually flying an RC helicopter is great fun, sometimes you will want to use a simulator. As Linux is my platform of choice, I tried using the Walkera transmitter with a serial cable to run a heli-sim. I found out how to do that; here’s the results of my quest. This article will be split in 3 parts: kernel; utility; Heli-X. This is the first part.
I will use Ubuntu Linux 8.04 Hardy Heron for my explanation. You can use other versions of Linux – but please beware, you will need a pretty recent kernel to be able to build the kernel module.