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In reply to Xinoyi:

My sister Harriet and I both spent (or should that be 'wasted') many hours trying to get the Siemens PocketReader device working with Iyonix, to no avail. So I can assure you that grey cells have already been applied.

As far as I can tell, the support module is perfectly compatible with 32-bit RISC OS, it is just inexplicable behaviour from the serial port on the Iyonix or the block drivers for it (written by a third party, I believe).

For more info about the Siemens PocketReader: [link]

 is a RISC OS Userthesnark on 27/6/06 6:34PM
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