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comedi_set_clock_source - set master clock for a subdevice
#include <comedilib.h> int comedi_set_clock_source(comedi_t * device, unsigned int subdevice, unsigned int channel, unsigned int clock, unsigned int period_ns);
This function selects a master clock for a subdevice. The clock parameter selects the master clock, and is driver-dependant. If the subdevice does not support configuring its master clocks on a per-channel basis, then the channel parameter will be ignored. The period_ns parameter specifies the clock's period in nanoseconds. It may left unspecified by using a value of zero. Drivers will ignore the clock period if they already know what the clock period should be for the specified clock (e.g. for an on-board 20MHz oscillator). Certain boards which use a phase-locked loop to synchronize to external clock sources must be told the period of the external clock. Specifying a clock period for an external clock may also allow the driver to support TRIG_TIMER sources in commands while using the external clock. The clock may be queried with the comedi_get_clock_source function. This function is only useable on subdevices that provide support for the INSN_CONFIG_SET_CLOCK_SOURCE configuration instruction.
0 on success, -1 on error.
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