Subject says it all. /usr/src/linux/drivers/net/README1.PLIP
calls this Parallel Transfer Mode 1, although there's no code
for it present in plip.c.
Thanks in advance!
. <= it's actually a ring over the a
> Subject says it all. /usr/src/linux/drivers/net/README1.PLIPQuote:Mathias Bage writes:
(sometimes called TurboPLIP). I debuged it and got it working, but
was disapointed of the initial performance. I don't think anyone
done anything with it since.
Unfortunately, I lost the source (along with three month email). Try
asking Johannes, if you wish to work on it.
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I'm planning to network 2 Linux computers using PLiP and a self built
cable that will support
faster speeds when used with Bi-Directional parrallel ports
I have a Bi-Directional port on my Pentium machine, but my concern is
the 486DX 33Mhz/8megs ram that will be the other machine.
Will this machine support the speeds achieved by a Bi-Directional
The 486 does not have PCI, so I will buy an ISA add-in card.
Both machines will be running the Latest kernel and PLiP versions.