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Before anyone gets too excited about the USB to LAN adaptor, remember that just because it's listed by *usbdevices it doesn't mean that it's a device that's supported by RISC OS!

However the adaptor does work under Linux, so my intention (unless someone else gets there first) is to port the Linux driver to RISC OS so RISC OS machines (on the Castle USB stack at least) can use similar network adaptors.

 is a RISC OS UserPhlamethrower on 10/5/09 7:58PM
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