Tue Apr 6 16:01:28 NZST 2004
It was done for a few more platforms then just Amiga.
Yes it ran on DOS, in fact that was where it started out, with bits lifted
from the Linux Kernel of the time.
The XT linux version I was looking at was based on the project mentioned here:
It was a bugger getting the network card going!!!
And no it was not a minix clone...
Someone in finland took over the Ham Radio port and intergrated the KA9Q
package into it. But all the URLs that point to it are dead.
The 286 version was based on the ELKS project, found here:
It was done by a german chap... and docs were very hard to understand.
At 14:50 6/04/2004, you wrote:
> > Have a look at KA9Q NOS by Phil Karn.
>For those that don't know, KA9Q was a TCP/IP stack for DOS (and apparently
>Amiga too, thanks Mandrake). I looked into it for BBS usage at one point,
>back in the when. Check out http://www.ka9q.net/code/ka9qnos/ for a bit of
> > Since this was all done in the real early days, not much of it has
> > survived, except on the old HDD tucked away in the back shed or in
> > old ham radio publications of the time.
>How convienient :)
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