Re: Important peripherals..

Alan Cox (
Sun, 10 Mar 1996 18:17:00 +0000 (GMT)

> Not to be too facetious, but this kind of device support could be useful in
> countries where the only reliable means of data comms is still telex.

struct sockaddr_telex st;
s=socket(AF_TELEX, SOCK_STREAM, 0);

Maybe not....

> And what's so weird about Baudot support anyway- after all, Linux
> supports Klingon charsets! (To all you dedicated Trekkies out there- no
> offense intended)

Baudot is virtually dead in the one useful place left to support it - amateur
radio, and we support all the packet stuff now. ROSE, PACTOR and I suppose
DAMA master would be useful.

> BTW who should I contact about rewritten network drivers for the 3c507
> ni5210 and exos205 (my own contribution)?

3c507: Not sure who has one - maybe post it to the linux-net channel for
people to test out hard with 8K and 16K cards.
ni5210: M. Hipp (see the existing ni52.c for an address), he's actively working
on the ni52 still (as of January anyway)
exos205: I'm tempted to say the bin, but its
and I suppose if we have 3c501 we need the exos