Jonathan Buzzard <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Admittedly some big players such as UMAX, Epson, Canon and HP who have the
> resources for doing their own ASIC design will likely continue to do so.
> That said the HP-4200C does in fact use the Nat-Semi chip!
I saw a post on the linux-usb mailing list a _long_ time (months) ago from
someone within Nat-Semi saying they were trying to write a linux
driver for the chip in the HP 4200C(xi). I only saw the one post
asking for help (and he was directed here) and nothing more.
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