Comedi - The Linux Control and Measurement Interface

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Comedi is the kernel-level driver code. Comedilib is the user-level API library code.

The recommended way to install the Comedi kernel modules from comedi.org is to compile from the current Git source, as the released versions are quite old (in particular, comedi-0.7.76 only supports kernels up to 2.6.24).

Kernel versions 2.6.30 onwards have an experimental in-tree Comedi implementation in the driver "staging" area. This support should improve with later kernel versions. Note that RTAI support for the in-tree "staging" version is still in development, so for current RTAI releases the Git version of Comedi should be used.

The latest unstable version of Comedi and Comedilib can be checked out using Git, using the commands:

git clone git://comedi.org/git/comedi/comedi.git
git clone git://comedi.org/git/comedi/comedilib.git

You may also want comedi_calibrate or comedi-nonfree-firmware:

git clone git://comedi.org/git/comedi/comedi_calibrate.git
git clone git://comedi.org/git/comedi/comedi-nonfree-firmware.git