Linux and xNOS questions.
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- Subject: Linux and xNOS questions.
- From: Doug Holcombe <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 6 Jan 1995 13:19:56 +0600 (CST)
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I hope this is a good place to ask the following questions. I have a
compaq 486 DX33, running Linux and ms-dos, and a kantronics KAM+ TNC.
First: is there a TNC driver for Linux? I want to be able to be a TCP/IP
server for our local JNOS TCP/IP area group. I want to be able to use the
built in TCP/IP feauters of Linux.
Secondly: I do have a copy of Tnos for Linux, and it works better than the
dos versions of xNOS's! is there anyway that I can get the Tnos and Linux's
TCP/IP to talk together? so that I can be able to be on a different VC
and do a ping or what ever and have my Tnos see that I did that from Linux?
Thirdly: What other verisions of xNOS is there that has been ported over
to Linux? and what are the different features on each? I have heard that
the Tnos has worked the bugs out of the memory leaks? is that true?
Doug Holcombe, KB5YZI inet: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mississippi College (601)894-5210
Clinton, MS 39058