does anyone know how to make a usb parallel adapter appear as parallel port (instead of as 'usb printing support') under Linux or Windows. Call me a masochist
OK, you're a masochist. (:
Really. You just think the real parallel port was problem - don't even start with the USB adapter. Been there, done that. I don't recall the specifics, but I want to say it was a commercial parallel port programmer of some sort.
Just send about US$20 to LadyAda. Or $36 to digikey. Or shoot, send me a blank ATmega with return postage and address label, and I'll burn it for you.