New device device driver development tool for Solaris.

New device device driver development tool for Solaris.

Post by arie_.. » Mon, 03 Jan 2000 04:00:00



There is a new device driver development tool
available for Solaris. It
does not require DDI/DKI knowledge and supports
any PCI/ cPCI/ ISA based
hardware.

The product is called WinDriver (by KRFTech) and
is available on Solaris
2.6 and 2.7 (Intel and Sparc). A driver written
using this tool will also
run on Linux and Windows NT/2000, 95/98, CE and
OS/2 (write the driver once
run anywhere).

Check out www.krftech.com/wd-solaris.html for
more details.

Arie

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New device device driver development tool for Solaris.

Post by arie_.. » Mon, 03 Jan 2000 04:00:00


There is a new device driver development tool available for Solaris. It
does not require DDI/DKI knowledge and supports any PCI/ cPCI/ ISA based
hardware.

The product is called WinDriver (by KRFTech) and is available on Solaris
2.6 and 2.7 (Intel and Sparc). A driver written using this tool will
also
run on Linux and Windows NT/2000, 95/98, CE and OS/2 (write the driver
once
run anywhere).

Check out www.krftech.com/wd-solaris.html for more details.

Arie

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1. New device device driver development tool for Solaris.

There is a new device driver development tool available for Solaris. It
does not require DDI/DKI knowledge and supports any PCI/ cPCI/ ISA based
hardware.

The product is called WinDriver (by KRFTech) and is available on Solaris
2.6 and 2.7 (Intel and Sparc). A driver written using this tool will
also
run on Linux and Windows NT/2000, 95/98, CE and OS/2 (write the driver
once
run anywhere).

Check out www.krftech.com/wd-solaris.html for more details.

Arie

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Before you buy.

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