Look for a program called 'Laplink'. It comes with both serial &Quote:>I know there is a special kind of parallel cable that
>one can use to connect two pcs together. I alos
>know there is a diagram on the net that teachs one how
>to build a cable like that. But I've lost the address
>of it, would someone tell me where I can find that diagram
>orbetter yet where I can buy that kind of cable?
. . . I thought this was a linux group.?
am I wrong? I thought LapLink was DO(G)S program.
You can communicate between two machines using SLIP or PLIP.
take a look at the NET-2-HOWTO file.
slackware distribution install:
There is information about how to build the cables/connectors for
SLIP and PLIP; Good info on starting up your (resulting) two node network.
I have used PLIP a great deal. I works great for mounting a disk from a
laptop computer to a desktop! But it can be used by any two PC's with
>Look for a program called 'Laplink'. It comes with both serial &
>parallel cables as well as software.
Do you know how to boot a diskless Linux machine with a NULL-MODEM cable? Is
there any project related to it?
Can you help me?
(answer me in e-mail, too)
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