Needing a quick and easy way to have a i2c bus controlable by Linux on my computer, so here's my quick writeup (mainly for myself so that I can copy & paste the fscking udev rules which are always a pain to get right).

I might have tweeted/blogged this in the past already, but whatever, cannot find it right now.

@vogelchr Oh, verdammt, das ist 'ne coole Idee. Daran hab ich noch nie gedacht. Nett, dass das klappt! *mental notier*

@thunfisch ja, ich hab dafür ein paar Adapterkabel rumfliegen die immer dann weg sind wenn ich 1x/Jahr irgendein i2c eeprom programmieren will :-).

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