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enable/disable device using device id..

Hi All,

i m working on Linux Fedora Core 4. i have to develop one program in
that i have device id. Based on given device id i have to
enable/disable particular device id.

i have to work with this problem using c programming language. If any
function/library, how could i do that i don't know.

Please, help me.

Chandrakant

Nov 27 '06 #1
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Hi All,

i m working on Linux Fedora Core 4. i have to develop one program in
that i have device id. Based on given device id i have to
enable/disable particular device id.

i have to work with this problem using c programming language. If any
function/library, how could i do that i don't know.

Please, help me.
This group only discusses standard C.

Post to a group in the comp.os.linux.* hierarchy. Also consider any one
of several web based Linux forums and mailing lists.

Nov 27 '06 #2

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