On Thu, 3 Feb 2000, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> It is listed as being compatible with Linux (it bloody well better be,
> coz I bought one ;-) and the analogue port is exactly the same as on a
> modem : it's an analogue passthrough that you can plug a phone, modem
> or fax machine into.
Not quite - it's not a pass through, because there is no analog phone line
to pass through. Instead, it's a D/A & A/D converter for a phone line.
Hence my earlier comment about the price.
> Now if only the tossers in Eircom would install the ISDN line : currently
> 4 months late and holding.
Bummer - where do you live ? I haven't even ordered my line yet. And if
you'd like to know if tha card works, pass it on and I'll check it out for
you :-) (I have access to ISDN lines elsewhere)
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