Re: Telecom Clock driver for MPCBL0010 ATCA compute blade.

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> The following is a driver I would like to see included in the base kernel.
> It allows OS controll of a device that synchronizes signaling hardware across a ATCA chassis.
> The telecom clock hardware doesn't interact much with the operating system, and is controlled 
> via registers in the FPGA on the hardware.  It is hardware that is unique to this computer.

Now... it is probably not feasible, but: why does it need special interface to userland?
Could not it simply act as yet another timesource, and be controlled via get/settimeofday?

64 bytes from icmp_seq=28 ttl=51 time=448769.1 ms         

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