This how-to demonstrates how to access a device on a MIL Devicebus connected to the SCU ("MIL-piggy"). All MIL devices have an echo register, that can be used to probe if the device is alive. In this example we write (read) something to (from) this echo register.
Checkout the example contained in .../bel_projects/modules/lm32-example/milExample.c .
lxpc1234:/opt/GITSCC/bel_projects/modules/lm32-example> emacs milExample.c //use your favourite editor