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Re: kernel version 2.2.16-22



Jude

The original RS232C protocol used that 25-pin D-connector with
many signals 
exchanged.  At some point, IBM stripped it down to a few signals
on a 9-pin 
D-connector.  Many manufacturers saved a few pennies by leaving
out unused 
pins (unimplemented signals or redundant grounds) when providing
a 25-pin 
D-commector for the serial connection.

If you cannot easily find the respective pinouts for the 25- and
9-pin 
RS232C connectors, email me and I will send a copy to you.

Yes, you could connect your two computers together at their
serial ports 
with a "null-modem" cable and send your files that way.  You also
could 
use one of the many free or shareware programs to split your file
into 
several "floppy-size" files.  Usually, you need to use the same
splitter 
program at both ends -- to split for sending, and to recombine at
the 
receiving end.  Often, I just use the "copy-concatenate" facility
of the 
shell to recombine, being careful to match things up correctly.

Moe Aitel
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Jude DaShiell wrote:
> 
> I have no doubt emacspeak 15 is compatible with doubletalk.  However it's
> larger than a 1.44mb floppy can hold and I'm downloading on another dos box
> and putting files onto the linux system with a floppy disk.  The second
> serial card connection on the dos box is strange.  The connector is big
> enough for a 25 hole connector but it hasn't got 25 pins in it.  If I can
> get that sorted out, maybe I can take over the linux box with the dos box
> and commo running and get more working.  I had only downloaded the
> emacspeak-12.01-i386.rpm file from matt campbell's site and think maybe I
> should have also downloaded the tarball for that version as well.  In any
> case, I got the variables defined in .bash_profile in /root since I've had
> to do this stuff from root to get emacspeak working and env >env.log shows
> the variables defined as I had intended after rebooting the computer.  So I
> tried tcl ./doubletalk and heard the voices speak again, but I was not
> returned by the doubletalk server to the operating system prompt again.
> There was just silence after the last voice had announced itself, think
> there were six voices in all.  So I hit control-c and also hit control-\ and
> one of those two ended the session and I had heard the doubletalk server had
> done a core dump.  Probably as a result of me shutting it off that way.  Not
> having heard the operating system prompt I didn't know if all commands to
> the system would have worked after those voices had announced themselves.
> 
> Jude <dashiell@starpower.net>
> 
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