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Library for Comedi
Comedilib is a library for using Comedi, a driver interface for data acquisition hardware. Comedi supports a wide variety of ISA and PCI devices that contain analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, digital input/output, counters and timers. The full list of support devices can be found in the libcomedi-dev documentation.
This package contains the shared library component of Comedilib. In general, this package will be automatically installed as a dependency of application or other library packages.
In order to effectively use this package, you need to have compiled and installed the Comedi kernel modules. The source for Comedi is available in the comedi-source package, which also contains instructions on how to compile and install the modules.
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