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/* $Id: parport_probe.c,v 1.1 1999/07/03 08:56:17 davem Exp $
* Parallel port device probing code
*
* Authors: Carsten Gross, carsten@sol.wohnheim.uni-ulm.de
* Philip Blundell <Philip.Blundell@pobox.com>
*/
#include <linux/module.h>
#include <linux/parport.h>
#include <linux/ctype.h>
#include <linux/string.h>
#include <asm/uaccess.h>
static struct {
char *token;
char *descr;
} classes[] = {
{ "", "Legacy device" },
{ "PRINTER", "Printer" },
{ "MODEM", "Modem" },
{ "NET", "Network device" },
{ "HDC", "Hard disk" },
{ "PCMCIA", "PCMCIA" },
{ "MEDIA", "Multimedia device" },
{ "FDC", "Floppy disk" },
{ "PORTS", "Ports" },
{ "SCANNER", "Scanner" },
{ "DIGICAM", "Digital camera" },
{ "", "Unknown device" },
{ "", "Unspecified" },
{ "SCSIADAPTER", "SCSI adapter" },
{ NULL, NULL }
};
static void pretty_print(struct parport *port, int device)
{
struct parport_device_info *info = &port->probe_info[device + 1];
printk(KERN_INFO "%s", port->name);
if (device >= 0)
printk (" (addr %d)", device);
printk (": %s", classes[info->class].descr);
if (info->class)
printk(", %s %s", info->mfr, info->model);
printk("\n");
}
static char *strdup(char *str)
{
int n = strlen(str)+1;
char *s = kmalloc(n, GFP_KERNEL);
if (!s) return NULL;
return strcpy(s, str);
}
static void parse_data(struct parport *port, int device, char *str)
{
char *txt = kmalloc(strlen(str)+1, GFP_KERNEL);
char *p = txt, *q;
int guessed_class = PARPORT_CLASS_UNSPEC;
struct parport_device_info *info = &port->probe_info[device + 1];
if (!txt) {
printk(KERN_WARNING "%s probe: memory squeeze\n", port->name);
return;
}
strcpy(txt, str);
while (p) {
char *sep;
q = strchr(p, ';');
if (q) *q = 0;
sep = strchr(p, ':');
if (sep) {
char *u;
*(sep++) = 0;
/* Get rid of trailing blanks */
u = sep + strlen (sep) - 1;
while (u >= p && *u == ' ')
*u-- = '\0';
u = p;
while (*u) {
*u = toupper(*u);
u++;
}
if (!strcmp(p, "MFG") || !strcmp(p, "MANUFACTURER")) {
if (info->mfr)
kfree (info->mfr);
info->mfr = strdup(sep);
} else if (!strcmp(p, "MDL") || !strcmp(p, "MODEL")) {
if (info->model)
kfree (info->model);
info->model = strdup(sep);
} else if (!strcmp(p, "CLS") || !strcmp(p, "CLASS")) {
int i;
if (info->class_name)
kfree (info->class_name);
info->class_name = strdup(sep);
for (u = sep; *u; u++)
*u = toupper(*u);
for (i = 0; classes[i].token; i++) {
if (!strcmp(classes[i].token, sep)) {
info->class = i;
goto rock_on;
}
}
printk(KERN_WARNING "%s probe: warning, class '%s' not understood.\n", port->name, sep);
info->class = PARPORT_CLASS_OTHER;
} else if (!strcmp(p, "CMD") ||
!strcmp(p, "COMMAND SET")) {
if (info->cmdset)
kfree (info->cmdset);
info->cmdset = strdup(sep);
/* if it speaks printer language, it's
probably a printer */
if (strstr(sep, "PJL") || strstr(sep, "PCL"))
guessed_class = PARPORT_CLASS_PRINTER;
} else if (!strcmp(p, "DES") || !strcmp(p, "DESCRIPTION")) {
if (info->description)
kfree (info->description);
info->description = strdup(sep);
}
}
rock_on:
if (q) p = q+1; else p=NULL;
}
/* If the device didn't tell us its class, maybe we have managed to
guess one from the things it did say. */
if (info->class == PARPORT_CLASS_UNSPEC)
info->class = guessed_class;
pretty_print (port, device);
kfree(txt);
}
/* Get Std 1284 Device ID. */
ssize_t parport_device_id (int devnum, char *buffer, size_t len)
{
ssize_t retval = -ENXIO;
struct pardevice *dev = parport_open (devnum, "Device ID probe",
NULL, NULL, NULL, 0, NULL);
if (!dev)
return -ENXIO;
parport_claim_or_block (dev);
/* Negotiate to compatibility mode, and then to device ID mode.
* (This is in case we are already in device ID mode.) */
parport_negotiate (dev->port, IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT);
retval = parport_negotiate (dev->port,
IEEE1284_MODE_NIBBLE | IEEE1284_DEVICEID);
if (!retval) {
int idlen;
unsigned char length[2];
/* First two bytes are MSB,LSB of inclusive length. */
retval = parport_read (dev->port, length, 2);
if (retval != 2) goto end_id;
idlen = (length[0] << 8) + length[1] - 2;
/*
* Check if the caller-allocated buffer is large enough
* otherwise bail out or there will be an at least off by one.
*/
if (idlen + 1 < len)
len = idlen;
else {
retval = -EINVAL;
goto out;
}
retval = parport_read (dev->port, buffer, len);
if (retval != len)
printk (KERN_DEBUG "%s: only read %Zd of %Zd ID bytes\n",
dev->port->name, retval,
len);
/* Some printer manufacturers mistakenly believe that
the length field is supposed to be _exclusive_.
In addition, there are broken devices out there
that don't even finish off with a semi-colon. */
if (buffer[len - 1] != ';') {
ssize_t diff;
diff = parport_read (dev->port, buffer + len, 2);
retval += diff;
if (diff)
printk (KERN_DEBUG
"%s: device reported incorrect "
"length field (%d, should be %Zd)\n",
dev->port->name, idlen, retval);
else {
/* One semi-colon short of a device ID. */
buffer[len++] = ';';
printk (KERN_DEBUG "%s: faking semi-colon\n",
dev->port->name);
/* If we get here, I don't think we
need to worry about the possible
standard violation of having read
more than we were told to. The
device is non-compliant anyhow. */
}
}
end_id:
buffer[len] = '\0';
parport_negotiate (dev->port, IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT);
}
if (retval > 2)
parse_data (dev->port, dev->daisy, buffer);
out:
parport_release (dev);
parport_close (dev);
return retval;
}