Connecting Linux <-->Win 95 via PLIP ??

Connecting Linux <-->Win 95 via PLIP ??

Post by roo » Sat, 13 Jan 1996 04:00:00

From the NET-2-FAQ:

   The Linux plip interface is compatible with the Crynwyr Packet Driver
   PLIP and this will mean that you can connect your Linux machine to a
   DOS machine running any other sort of tcp/ip software via plip.

That's fine and good for DOS, but what about Win95?

Has anyone out there been successful in getting a Win95 box to talk to
Linux using PLIP? What's needed to get something like this to work?


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1. Linux <-> Win 95 via Slip/PPP ?

        I've been trying to get Windows 95(Build 224) to talk to Linux
via SLIP and also via PPP but haven't had much luck.

        My main question is has anyone got it going??

        If so any Gotchs?

Thanks in advance


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