On Sun, 2002-03-03 at 16:42, Michael Smith wrote:
> 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.
While IrDA support is in userland at the moment (comms/birda port),
someone is working on a netgraph interface for IrDA. I'm under the
impression that this will include FIR device drivers; but since it's
also based on birda, it will likely use sio for SIR devices. (Although
the person(s) doing the ng work should probably speak up and correct me
brandon s. allbery [linux][solaris][japh][freebsd]
system administrator [openafs][heimdal][too many hats]
electrical and computer engineering
carnegie mellon university ["better check the oblivious first"
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