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日本科学未来館

インターネット物理モデル、または私はいかにして悩むのをやめ転がる玉を愛するようになったか。

Linux I2C

●I2C-Bus for Linux http://voxel.at/prj/i2c/

http://www.hi-ho.ne.jp/~tanasige/www/word4.htm

http://www.netlaputa.ne.jp/~p205tb16/i2cblk.html

http://www.philips.co.jp/semicon/i2c/

http://www.jp.netbsd.org/ja/Hardware/i2c.html

●●FreeIP http://member.nifty.ne.jp/fpga/freeip/i2cif/

http://www.njr.co.jp/j08/sij_09.htm
http://www.sony.co.jp/Products/SC-HP/Product_List_J/TV_J/I2C_AV_J.html
http://cvsweb.netbsd.org/bsdweb.cgi/htdocs/ja/Hardware/i2c.html?annotate=1.1
http://pc1.peanuts.gr.jp/~kei/Kernel-Snapshot/linux/drivers/i2c/

●●PCのパラレルポートを用いた、I2C EEPROMとの通信テストプログラム http://ntus.net/j/i2clpt/

●i2c-p (パラレルポート-I2Cアダプタ、ドライバ)

http://www.jsk.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~rosk/i2c/driver/
http://www.jsk.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~rosk/i2c/00README
http://203.131.195.5/Measurement/Bu/DL1540C/i2c.pdf

●I2Cモジュールの使い方 http://www.picfun.com/i2c00.html

●トラ技 http://www.cqpub.co.jp/toragi/DLF/TR9905A.htm

UsbI2c

http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/acrobat/other/usb/N104_v202_scm.pdf
http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/

http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/mcu/applications/usbtoi2c/

BitBanger

http://www.circuitcellar.com/design2k/winners/abstracts/Bitbanger%20USB.html
http://www.devasys.com/download/d2k127.pdf

EZUSB

http://www.cypress.com/usb/usbappnotes.html

USB complete

http://www.lvr.com/usb.htm

DeVaSys

http://www.devasys.com/download/UsbI2cIo/

●●http://www.usb.org/forums/developers/messages/13394.html

http://www.ibhdoran.com/usb_link.html
http://www.semiconductors.com/pip/PDIUSBD11_N_3


http://www.amazon.co.jp/exec/obidos/tg/detail/customer-reviews/-/books/402257495X/249-6819641-7729161
USB特集
インターフェイス2000年3月号
http://www.cqpub.co.jp/toragi/TRbn/TRbnindx.htm
トランジスタ技術 2000年6月号 特集:作るオリジナルUSBアダプタ
http://www.cqpub.co.jp/hanbai/books/33191.htm
TECHI Vol.8 USBハード&ソフト開発のすべて
USBコントローラの使い方からWindows/Linuxドライバの作成まで
CQ出版

[Nero] How to burn a CD image with Nero?

Nero nrg iso image file

http://www.macdisk.com/faqcden.php3

Select the File menu, then the item Burn image. Ask for displaying all
files (*.*) since Nero expects files with the NRG suffix, locate your
image file and load it. Answer OK to the Foreign Image File prompt (if
Nero doesn't recognize a true ISO image).

You then have to specify the parameters of the ISO file (this holds
true for HFS images): Type of image: Data Mode 1. Block size:
2048. File precursor and image trailer: 0 length. No Scrambled and no
Swapped.

If the program complains that there are errors in the image file,
click on the button "Ignore" and launch the burning.

This information was found on the on-line help pages of Ahead/Nero's site.

http://www.ahead.de/en/helptool/512.htm#o458

Can Nero burn ISO images?
Nero can burn images of type ISO.

In the current Nero version the parameters of the ISO file still have to be entered.

Type of image: Data Mode 1 (assuming that it is a Mode 1 image)
Block size: 2048 Bytes (corresponds to the sector size of a Mode 1 image)
File precursor and length of the image trailer: 0 Bytes (assuming that the image file only contains ISO data and not other special information has been entered)
no Scrambled (i.e. it is not an image which was especially created for old Philips CD Writer )and no Swapped (assuming that the files contains the Bytes in the correct order.

The settings are based on the assumption that it is a normal ISO Mode 1 image file. This can be checked by opening the file with a Hex Editor. For File-Offset 08000hex (corresponds to Block 16 where the ISO ([p]rimary [v]olume [d]descriptor is saved). If there is a text there such as "CD001", then burning with the above mentioned method should work.

Please proceed as follows if you want to burn an ISO image file:

1. Nero start
2. Open following menu entry: File -> Burn CD image.
3. Now determine the type of file: All files (*.*)
4. Now select the ISO image file to be burned.
5. Now you will be informed that Nero does not recognize the format of the image file. Please confirm this dialog.
6. In the dialog which then appears, set the parameters given above.
7. Now click on . .

Last modified: 2006-09-05