On Mon, 2002-03-04 at 00:42, Michael Smith wrote: > > But would an IrDA specific driver do anything differently than sio > > would? SIR is effectively an 16550 UART from what I've seen so far. > > Maybe I'm missing something? > > Well, except that it has no flow control, is only half-duplex, and you > might want to attach an IrDa stack to the device. > > If all the IrDa stack work is being done in userland, then this probably > makes sense. If not, then at the very least, sio(4) needs to behave > differently in the case of a SIR port.
The only implementation of IrDA stack for FreeBSD I know (not finished) uses netgraph interface of sio driver. I am use Infra-red port to access my HP200LX via IR (no IrDA) with lxtools package And Linux use /dev/ttyS? to refer infra-red ports. -- TSB "Russian Express", Moscow Vladimir B. Grebenschikov, [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message