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From: (Phil Humpherys)
Subject: iBCS docs
Date: 1997/11/07
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Could someone kindly point me in the direction of some good
recent docs on iBCS[2]?

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From: (Mike Jagdis)
Subject: Re: iBCS docs
Date: 1997/11/21
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In article <>, Phil Humpherys wrote:
>Could someone kindly point me in the direction of some good
>recent docs on iBCS[2]?

The only documentation is in the archive (which can be found on under /pub/linux/BETA/ibcs2/). iBCS is intended
to be fire-and-forget as far as possible. Waht did you want to


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