Subject: Re: Q's from localtalk efforts
To: None <tech-net@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Christos Zoulas <email@example.com>
Date: 02/17/1997 21:13:26
In article <9702171733.AA18089@vali.stanford.edu> firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Studenmund) writes:
>There's a bunch of code in sys/netccit which claim to be the hdlc
>support for X.25. I ask as I think adding an hdlc tty line discipline
>is one step along the way of adding localtalk support. Does anything
>actually use the X.25 code? It is pulled in with "options HDLC", but it
>looks like it's more accuratly named "options X25". Also, NOTHING
>outside of sys/netccit seemed to refer to it. Would it be possable to
>rename it "options X25" as it is definitely not the same thing as what
>I envision (I'm talking hardware layer, it's the next level up or so)
>and I'd like to reduce name confusion.
There is some x25 stuff that came with contrib. I've cleaned it up a bit
and put it on ftp.deshaw.com.