If you enable the DS2482 kernel module to work with the "w1" subsystem using the steps below you should be able to use the w1_ds28e17 kernel driver.
sudo modprobe ds2482
sudo sh -c "echo ds2482 0x18 > /sys/bus/i2c/devices/i2c-1/new_device"
sudo modprobe wire
Any one wire devices connected to the 1 Wire Pi will be available in the /sys/bus/w1/devices directory.
The github repository for the w1_ds28e17 driver has more information on getting it working. It does say that the w1_ds28e17 driver is compatible with the DS2482 so it should work with the 1 Wire Pi but as I have not tested it myself I can not give you any guarantees that it will be compatible.
One issue you will find is the DS28E17 only works at 3.3V and the 1 Wire Pi is designed to work at 5V. You can change the 1 Wire Pi to work at 3.3V by removing the jumper J1 on the 1 Wire Pi Plus or the POWER solder bridge on 1 Wire Pi Zero to isolate it from the 5V supply and connect a wire between the 3.3V pin on the Raspberry Pi GPIO header and the 5V pin next to the RJ12 connector on the 1 Wire Pi. The photo below shows where the wire needs to connect. This should convert the 1 Wire bus to be 3.3V making it compatible with the DS28E17.
Be careful not to accidentally short the jumper pins once you have connected the 3.3V to the 1 Wire Pi as this will feed 5 volts directly into the 3.3V pin on the GPIO header and damage the Raspberry Pi.
If you need to use other 5V 1 Wire devices on the same bus as the DS28E17 there is a circuit in section "2.3 Interfacing the DS28E17 with a 5V onewire bus and/or 5V I2C device" of the w1_ds28e17 github repository which will level shift the 5V bus to 3.3V.