Subject: Re: SCSI ethernet solutions for NetBSD
To: Marc Coevoet <email@example.com>
From: Thomas Carlson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/04/2006 12:28:54
Looks like an interesting place. They don't ship items, however. I'm
in Arizona and will have to check them out when I'm next in Portland.
Thanks for the response.
On Saturday, February 4, 2006, at 11:52 AM, Marc Coevoet wrote:
> These guys
> are there for you. They have parts nobody can offer ..
> We should have them in Belgium too ...
> Op 4-feb-06 om 16:49 heeft Thomas Carlson het volgende geschreven:
>> I had asked a while back how I could get a Powerbook 180 running
>> NetBSD 2.1 connected to my home network. Marc Coevoet replied that
>> there are SCSI ethernet solutions that are supported. Apparently, my
>> Asante Micro EN/SC isn't one of them. Adapters that were made by
>> Sonic, Dayna , and Farallon are. These devices, however, are VERY
>> unavailable now.
>> What would it take for some smart NetBSD programmer to write a driver
>> for the Asante EN/SC devices? Source code from Asante? They are
>> under new (or, old) ownership right now.
>> I know from reading your daily postings that this is not exactly a
>> hot issue in the NetBSD/mac68k world at the moment, but it would be
>> great to hear from someone about it.