>: I want to use my Baycom radio modem under Linux... Someone know where we
>: can found a driver for this ?
>I don't think there would be a driver for it in a Multitasking
>enviroment. The Baycom modem needs 1800 Interrupts per second to
>work. I have also a Baycom modem and I have to buy a real TNC.
Hey, you could always hook it to a beat-up 286, run a DOS-
based package, and have the Linux machine talk to that.
Of course this suggestion is of little use if a DOS package
doesn't exist, just a thought. (A '286 can be had for
a ridiculously small number of dollars these days second-hand.)
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