Marko Mäkelä wrote: > A related note: I got a 8-bit ISA card by National Instruments that > implements an IEEE-488 bus. I even found Linux drivers for it, but I > haven't tried it out yet. Has anyone tried to interface Commodore > IEEE-488 peripherals (disk drives and printers) with "real" IEEE-488 > networks? Are there any incompatibility issues? I might try to turn my > spare PC (48 MB of RAM, 75 MHz Pentium) into some sort of a disk server. I once hooked up a 4023 printer to my NI card, and used the DOS driver software to send a test message to the printer, just to see if it works at all or not. This very limited test showed no problems at all, my only problem was to figure out how to translate the OPEN1,4:PRINT#1,"test message":CLOSE1 to the syntax of the NI card driver :-) Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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