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Stewy Does depend on what you mean by 'support' :o). I suspect that the OS support for podules is shipped with every Iyonix.

All of the Intelligent Interface podules are supported on the Iyonix as is the Atomwide triple port serial card (via a third party driver).

It makes it cheaper for us punters who are unlikely to ever need to actually plug a podule card into our IyonixPCs to make the podule backplane an extra cost option.

I believe that a standard RiscPC backplane works if you are feeling particularly tight fisted (albeit you can't put the Iyonix case back on with cards installed ;o)

 is a RISC OS Userblahsnr on 14/6/04 1:58PM
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