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slip.device - where to find it?

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E-Penguin
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slip.device - where to find it?

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Software-only drivers such as "slip.device", "plip.device" or the "ppp-serial.device" driver included with Roadshow are supported, too. Note that you still need a serial or parallel port to use these drivers.
I can find plip.device and the included ppp-serial.device, but from where can I get slip.device? AmiTCP?

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Re: slip.device - where to find it?

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E-Penguin wrote:
Software-only drivers such as "slip.device", "plip.device" or the "ppp-serial.device" driver included with Roadshow are supported, too. Note that you still need a serial or parallel port to use these drivers.
I can find plip.device and the included ppp-serial.device, but from where can I get slip.device? AmiTCP?
You can find it on Aminet, for example. The original "slip.device" is part of the SANA-IIR2 developer archive (http://aminet.net/dev/misc/sana2_v2.lha). A reworked and enhanced version, with bug fixes, is available separately (http://aminet.net/comm/net/sana2-cslip.lha).

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Post by E-Penguin »

Marvellous, thanks :)

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