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Last update
04 Jul 2000

 Copyright, Licensing and Donations
 

PonyProg is copyrighted © by Claudio Lanconelli.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

Any donations are welcome.

PonyProg needs the V library to work. The V library is copyright by Bruce E.Wampler and it's distributed under the GNU LGPL. You can find the V library and related license here.

 Downloading and Installing
 
Source distribution
Click here to download PonyProg v1.12r for Intel Linux (93Kb)
Click here to download PonyProg v1.13e for Intel Linux (102Kb)
Click here to download PonyProg v1.14b for Intel Linux (106Kb)
Click here to download PonyProg v1.15i for Intel Linux (117Kb)
Click here to download PonyProg v1.16h for Intel Linux (137Kb)
Click here to download PonyProg v1.17c for Intel Linux (131Kb)
   
Install instructions

Login as root, execute the command "tar xfz ponyprog.tar.gz" and follow the instructions int the README file. PonyProg for Linux needs the V lib shared library v1.20 or later to work.

 
Binary distribution for RedHat 6.1 (glibc 2.1)
Click here to download PonyProg v1.17e for Intel Linux (288Kb)
   
Install instructions
Login as root, change to root directory "cd /" and execute the command "tar xfz ponyprog-X.XXx-rh61.tar.gz", it will put the ponyprog binary in /usr/local/bin directory, and the V shared library binary to /usr/lib directory.

Since v1.13e you need also the parport module and ppuser module (download ppuser-0.8.tar.gz) in order to access the parallel port from the user mode. The ppuser module works fine on 2.2.x kernels.

 
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