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Old 8th November 2019, 04:06 PM   #2771
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Default RTX6001 USB port

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I somehow found a documentation file for the USB communication a while ago (or maybe Jens sent it to me, I don't remember). I also had a hard time to get the USB communication up and running. Anyhow, here's how I did it in MATAA (open source, GitHub, etc.): mataa/RTX6001_USB_STATUS at master * mbrennwa/mataa * GitHub
Hi Matthias,

I found that too. In particular this: "hid.device(0x0D9A, 0x00DF)" helped me in the right direction. That meant that I should go on with the vendor ID and product ID and not with these variables "Usage Page 0xFF52 and Usage 0x02"
Thanks again.

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Old 8th November 2019, 04:13 PM   #2772
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HID usage in windows is something internal for windows HID Usages - Windows drivers | Microsoft Docs
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Old 8th November 2019, 04:14 PM   #2773
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...I heard that there are people who do use Windows .......
And I heard that there are people who do use Linux
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Old 8th November 2019, 04:25 PM   #2774
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HID usage in windows is something internal for windows HID Usages - Windows drivers | Microsoft Docs
If you are familiar with C I can help you.
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Edmont, I very much appreciate you offer. I am a java and linux guy :-) But hats off to C programmers, I have grown too spoilt to handle memory on my own.
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But it may be helpful when I provide a list of system calls I've used, so you can use the equivalents of them in the language you are familiar with.
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Edmond, I very much appreciate you offer. I am a java and linux guy :-) But hats off to C programmers, I have grown too spoilt to handle memory on my own.
Actually, C is a quite easy language. However, the zillions of system (win32) functions makes it less easy.
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Old 8th November 2019, 09:40 PM   #2778
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Good to know that you guys have got it working

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I somehow found a documentation file for the USB communication a while ago (or maybe Jens sent it to me, I don't remember). I also had a hard time to get the USB communication up and running. Anyhow, here's how I did it in MATAA (open source, GitHub, etc.): mataa/RTX6001_USB_STATUS at master * mbrennwa/mataa * GitHub
I sent it to you in June 2017.
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Old 8th November 2019, 09:58 PM   #2779
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Edmont, I very much appreciate you offer. I am a java and linux guy :-) But hats off to C programmers, I have grown too spoilt to handle memory on my own.
You can PInvoke any system calls in Windows with .NET and write your application in C#. Could even make it cross platform other than the different system calls if you use .NET Core .
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