Info about old multi-port serial card

Info about old multi-port serial card

Post by Eric Rossi » Wed, 16 Oct 1996 04:00:00



I have a pair of "ancient" Computone ATvantage 4 port cards.  I may soon
have to plug them into our Linux box to take dial-in connections.  Does
anyone have any info or experience about using this card?  If it makes a
difference, I'm running Linux kernel 2.0.20.

Thanks!

Eric Rossing

 
 
 

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