In message <Pine...@super-g.inch.com> spork writes:
: I got an email from "kento" today, and he still has plenty of the cards in
: stock. The only drawback is the lack of the hub. He does have what he
: calls "ISA PCMCIA" cards (?) that work with win95. I think this means an
: ISA<->PCMCIA adapter/dock.
Cool. I hate to see that that he still has them, since he's a good
guy and he had hoped to have them be gone by now. It is good since
others can see them. I have seen PCMCIA adapter for the ISA bus for
as little as $10 at NECX (in fact, you'll likely have seen commits
that I've made to the probe code).
: I understand there is not a driver for freebsd yet, but if I have two
: laptops running windows and freebsd, and a freebsd box acting as my
: router, this would work, no? I would just need to put all the adapters on
: a different subnet and add a static route on my ppp/router box I think...
Yes. That is the plan. I hope that my driver will interoperate with
the win95 driver. The FreeBSD <-> FreeBSD setup will work, assuming
that the driver works at all :-).
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