[rescue] This is SICK and TWISTED
hamellr at gmail.com
Wed May 5 10:09:41 CDT 2010
The drivers worked fine under Windows, but we also didn't really test
beyond connecting to the devices.
On 5/5/10 3:01 AM, Daniel Eugene Forsythe wrote:
> I've been looking at one of these to run a set of isa cards required for a development platform- How necessary is it to make new drivers, or does software that accesses the cards via irq or address work more or less fine?
> -dan forsythe
> On May 5, 2010, at 3:27 AM, Rick Hamell wrote:
>> On 5/5/10 12:16 AM, Bill Bradford wrote:
>>> but I like it.
>> We were using those in my previous job to run the controller cards for
>> the stop motion control machines (AKA Kuper.)
>> They emitted a lot of RF and even with a custom built plexi-glass case
>> wrapped in a home-made Faraday cage - we ended up scrapping them.
>> Rick Hamell
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