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From: dfh@ecsvax.UUCP (David Hinnant)
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Subject: Experiences with Excelan equipment wanted
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	We're thinking of using an Excelan multibus ethernet board
in a future UNIX system product.  Does anyone have any experience
(both good and bad) with Excelan equipment?  They say that they provide
a device driver for various standard UNIX systems.  How much code
modification on the average is needed?  Any info welcome.

						David Hinnant
						SCI Systems
						(919) 549-8334

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