From: Ruairķ Newman (bofh at domain tech-mad.org)
Date: Wed 29 Aug 2001 - 10:21:06 IST
There are a number of IRDA serial dongles around that are supported by the
kernel. I've had the "Jeteye" (produced by ESI, I think) working fine on
Linux, back when I worked for IBM. A quick google for Jeteye should get you
a price but I think they were about eighty quid.
John P. Looney [29/08/01 10:00 +0100]:
> Just wondering...how hard is it to get a irda transmitter for a PC, that
> will work in linux. Something I could stick in the usb/rs232 port would be
> ideal ?
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