Date: 2003-10-13 23:46:07
> > 2. If the peripheral is connected and some other > program sends data to > > the parallel port (i.e. a wrong print command), then damage > can also occur. > If data is sent to the LPT port, STROBE/ will go active low. So if you monitor that, what's the problem? Unless you find a way to hack the hardware of your PC, there's no way that a "print command" can send data withut changing the state of STROBE/ and some other control pins. I dunno, maybe I'm missunderstanding something here, but to me seems just a question of finding the right control pins to monitor. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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