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From: bd...@gag.com (Bdale Garbee)
Newsgroups: info.bsdi.users
Subject: Re: my hacked PCMCIA code
Date: 2 Nov 93 05:40:39 GMT
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> I tried several times in the last three days to access your FTP site,
> but packets got dropped somewhere between PSI and HP.  Could you please
> email me your code or can you put it on a better accessible FTP site?

Sorry, winfree.gag.com is behind a 56kb link that I've kept pretty wedged 
recently.

I've moved the file to col.hp.com, in the ~ftp/misc/bsdi subdirectory.

Bdale

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From: rda...@klimt.de.convex.com (Ray Davis)
Newsgroups: info.bsdi.users
Subject: Re: my hacked PCMCIA code
Date: 2 Nov 93 19:07:50 GMT
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> By popular demand, I've placed a copy of my very hackish PCMCIA support code
> for the Megahertz 14.4/fax PCMCIA modem card in my Toshiba T4500C notebook PC
> on winfree.gag.com in ~ftp/misc/pcmcia.tar.gz.

TWIMC,

Bdale's code works perfectly on an AST PowerExec, too.
Lucky me!

Ray

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