Subject: Re: Does a TT have NVRAM?
To: Waldi Ravens <email@example.com>
From: Mike de Petris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/13/1996 23:56:39
>> possibly with the option of a cheap ethernet adapter
>Currently there is no ethernet driver software for the Atari port.
>I know that Leo, the maintainer of the Atari specific code, is very
>much interested in an ethernet solution. The problem is that the only
>acceptable card for the TT, the Riebl VME-card, is no longer being sold.
Sad! How much did it cost ?
>I think, the second best option will be a SCSI ethernet adaptor. The
>main disadvantage is that a good SCSI adaptor will be expensive.
Yes, too much..... are you all using serial connections ? Are there also
PLIP parallel drivers as in MiNTNet ?
>> I also ask myself whether anybody is working to port network stuff
>> (ppp and ethernet) to work with MagiC as MiNTnet works with MiNT.
>I remember, that MiNT had to be changed, to make MiNTnet work. This
>was no problem with MiNT, because the sources were (and still are)
>freely available. But where do you get the MagiC sources?
Well, maybe it is not necessary to change MagiC to make it work, anyway, if
a good TCP-IP stack is on work, ASH could build the necessary support in
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