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First Steps with OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi 2
OpenELEC uses very little system resources for processor or memory. There's no need to use any special customization tips to get good performance with the RPi2. There's also no need to overclock the machine, reduce the resolution of videos, or use a different skin (although I really like the Amber skin).

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  • can4linux
    Controller Area Network is a support driver for PHILIPS 82c200 based boards with one interrupt per chip & PHILIPS 82c200 based boards with one interrupt per more than one chip (multichannel cards).
  • Catweasel Linux Device Driver
    A Linux device driver for the Catweasel Advanced Floppy Controller manufactured by Individual Computers. The Catweasel is a small ISA device controlling a simple Shugart bus. It is extremely flexible and can be programmed to read and write just about any floppy disk in the world.
  • CatWeasel MK3 Linux Driver
    CatWeasel MK3 Linux Driver accesses the SID Keyboard and joystick features of the CatWeasel MK3 PCI by Individual Computers. You can use joysticks or paddles connected to the CatWeasel card just like any other joystick within Linux and you can use an Amiga keyboard as a second keyboard for input.
  • ccid
    ccid provides the source code for a generic USB CCID (Chip/Smart Card Interface Devices) driver and ICCD (Integrated Circuit(s) Card Devices).
  • COSA Driver
    COSA Driver is a Linux driver for the COSA/SRP synchronous serial boards.
  • Cowloop
    Cowloop is a copy-on-write loop driver (block device) to be used on top of any other block driver. The cowloop-driver shields the lower driver from any write accesses. Instead, it diverts all write-accesses to an arbitrary regular file.
  • digio
    digio is a Linux driver set for Digital I/O (General-purpose I/O) devices.
  • dmx4linux
    dmx4linux is a DMX device driver package for Linux. DMX is a data-transmision standard that provides access to digitallighting fixtures like digital dimmers, moving lights and dmx-demultiplexers.
  • Drbd
    Drbd is a block device which is designed to build high availability clusters. This is done by mirroring a whole block device via (a dedicated) network.
  • ESE Key Daemon
    ESE Key Daemon is a multimedia keyboard (and remote control) userspace driver for Linux 2.6. No kernel patch is need.
  • fusedav
    fusedav is a Linux userspace file system driver for mounting WebDAV shares. It makes use of FUSE as userspace file system API and neon as WebDAV API.
  • G15Daemon
    G15daemon takes control of the Logitech G15 keyboard, allowing the use of all keys through the Linux kernel uinput device driver. It also controls the use of the keyboard's LCD display, allows multiple client applications to connect, and gives the user the ability to quickly switch between LCD client applications. It uses libg15 from g15tools for keyboard control.
  • gunzets
    The package supports Gunze touch panels under Linux and XFree86. Supported panels are the serial, PS/2, and USB devices. The serial and PS/2 devices are supported by means of an X module, xf86Gunze. Support for USB comes as a kernel module and uses the xf86Summa module.
  • Hanvon Tablet Linux Driver
    Hanvon Tablet Linux Driver is a USB device driver for Linux kernels which primarily supports complete functionality of the Artmaster I tablets: pen coordinates, touch/float/click detection, pressure, x and y tilt, pen button, four simple tablet buttons (note that the first one works only together with pen activity), and the slider button.
  • IDE-Floppy
    The ide-floppy driver for the Linux Kernel. This driver supports at least ATAPI ZIP 100/250, LS-120 Superdisk and Iomega Clik!/PocketZip.
  • intel-wings Driver
    intel-wings Driver is a Linux driver for the Intel Wireless Series input devices (codenamed "Wings"). A single base station supports up to 8 wireless keyboards, mice, and gamepads. However, despite being a USB device, the hardware has very poor HID support. The intel-wings driver allows use of the wireless gamepads.
  • Kirk
    Kernel Infra-Red Keyboard is a line discipline for Linux-2.2 and 2.4 that gets serial input data from an infra-red keyboard and makes it available like it was the main system keyboard. It also handles the internal pointer device of the keyboard and makes it available as a PS/2-mouse data stream.
  • LCD-Linux
    LCD-Linux is a Linux software abstraction layer to drive LCD alphanumeric displays. It features complete VT102 console emulation and aims to be as general and flexible as possible. It consists of two kernel modules, lcd-linux and the display driver. Currently, only the Hitachi HD44780 is supported, but drivers for other LCD controllers can be easily written.
  • LinCAN
    LinCAN implements a CAN driver capable of working with multiple cards, even with different chips and IO methods.
  • Linux CLC driver
    Linux CLC driver is a Linux 2.4 driver for Indramat CLC-P motion control. It works with serial, PC/104, and ISA CLC cards.
  • Linux hotplug
    Linux hotplug is a facility that supports dynamic (re)configuration of GNU/Linux distributions by kernel reports to user mode "agent" software.
  • Linux X10 Universal Device Driver
    Linux X10 Universal Device Driver provides a /dev interface to an X10 network through Linux kernel modules. It is intended to provide a standard interface and syntax to shell script utilities (such as cat and echo), Perl scripts, C programs, or Java programs so that everything from a quick hack to a more advanced program can manipulate the X10 devices in an automated home regardless of the transceiver used.
  • lpt_driver
    lpt_driver is an LCD Driver for Linux outputting information about a system, internal temperatures, system load, time, and more.
  • Microsoft Force Feedback 2 Driver
    Microsoft Force Feedback 2 Driver is a very early alpha stage development of a driver for the sidewinder forcefeedback 2 joystick.
  • most4linux
    most4linux provides a Linux kernel driver for MOST PCI interfaces and userspace programs for testing the driver. The driver can be compiled for Linux 2.6 or for the RTDM, which works with the RTAI and Xenomai real-time extensions. It also provides a NetServices adaptation layer.
  • oCAN
    oCAN is a device driver for the Intel 82527 CAN controllers. It's quite lightweight and is equipped with a tiny hardware abstraction layer to support different hardware mountings of the chip.
  • Onetouch
    Onetouch supports OneTouch touch panels under Linux and XFree86. It currently only supports the serial mode.
  • OpenOptimus
    OpenOptimus allows you to use your Optimus Keyboard on Linux, including the OLED-based Optimus Mini Three keyboard from Art Lebedev studio. Support for other operating systems (Mac OS X, Unix variants, and Win32) is planned, as well as support for other devices (as soon as they are available from Art Lebedev studio).
  • Parallel port LED driver for Linux
    Parallel port LED driver for Linux lets you control up to 8 LEDs wired up to your parallel port, using the LED subsystem that was integrated into recent Linux kernels.
  • pcsc-lite
    pcsc-lite is middleware to access a smart card using the SCard API (PC/SC).
  • sc101-nbd
    sc101-nbd allows Linux to access a Netgear SC101 storage device as a block device, without requiring a new kernel module. It achieves this by translating between the kernel's existing NBD protocol and the reverse engineered protocol used by the SC101. On top of the NBD devices you can run RAID, LVM, and any existing filesystems (such as ext2/3 or ocfs2).
  • SC1100 Watchdog Driver
    SC1100 Watchdog Driver provides support for the watchdog timer built in to the National Semiconductor SC1100 processor in Linux 2.4.
  • ServeRAID device driver
    ServeRAID device driver is a device driver for the IBM ServeRAID (I/II/3H/3L) i. Written by IBM and released under the GPL.
  • Speedtouch USB driver
    Speedtouch USB driver gives the status of a GPL driver project, for the ADSL SpeedTouch USB modem made by Alcatel. This driver is for Linux and xBSD operating systems.
  • Sxtools
    Sxtools is a set of Linux-based tools for Scenix SX48/SX52 microcontrollers, containing a Linux device driver and userspace programs to maintain the on-chip EEPROM memory.
  • USBMissileLauncher
    USBMissileLauncher is user space Linux driver to control the the M&B USB Missile Launcher via the command line or keyboard (simple C implemenation).
  • vp-usb-lock
    vp-usb-lock is a Linux kernel driver and PAM module that utilizes the PC wireless USB lock and makes it possible to use it as authentication method for your Linux box.
  • X52 pro MFD library
    The SAITEK X52 PRO Flight System is a USB-HID compatible joystick designed for flight simulation usage. The HID part of the joystick is fully supported on Linux 2.6.x. The device also contains a multi-function display (MFD) consisting of 3x16 alphanumeric lines, and several bi-color LED illuminated buttons that can be enabled individually.
  • xboxdrv
    Userspace Xbox/Xbox360 USB Gamepad Driver for Linux

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