RE: Article PC-card
Date: 2001-02-27 15:03:36

On Tue, 27 Feb 101 wrote:

> >  This involves having just a PIC and DMAC set, and no other chipset 
> involved. 
> > comments?
> I presume you mean with PIC a micro-controller. Why do you need one?

I should have been more clear. :)  WHen referring to IBM type stuff, PIC
refers to peripheral itnerface controller, or in my case, programmable
interrupt controller.

In order ot properly support ISA devices, I feel the whole ISA DMA and IRQ
system should be implemented.  However, I dont believe I'd hook NMI up. 
But, we'll see.

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