YES that´s corect (-:

2015-05-17 6:29 GMT+02:00, Dario Roncone <darioronco...@gmail.com>:
> that´s nice....
>
> 2015-05-17 5:25 GMT+02:00, Karen Lewellen <klewel...@shellworld.net>:
>> Hi,
>> clearly mixing terms, distracted when i wrote..anniversary of my dad's
>> death today.
>> I was thinking of two separate features.
>> Native networking allows the use of USB drives  and the like without
>> drivers  for them.
>> I have this working fine in ms dos using a USB driver I shared here.
>> still
>>
>> it would be nice to have it more solidly built in.
>> As for the wireless idea, I do not need many options, just one, with
>> 802-11 B
>> working  fine by me.  I do not want to take access points around with me,
>> I do not have a smart phone at all.   Just
>> the driver the card and the ability to take  my dos laptop into the sort
>> of settings I know still support that level of connection.  Enough for me
>> to want the  option if it can be found.
>> Hope that is more clear. I respect how you choose to do things,  I choose
>> to
>>
>> do this   differently and at a different speed lol.
>> Karen
>>
>>
>> On Sat, 16 May 2015, Mateusz Viste wrote:
>>
>>> On 16/05/2015 21:12, Karen Lewellen wrote:
>>>> I would love to have native networking so one can run wireless and or
>>>> Ethernet  cards.  I do understand some support exists, but last thread
>>>> indicated that it is a bit dated.
>>>
>>> Hi Karen,
>>>
>>> I'm not sure I understand what you are meaning exactly by 'native'
>>> networking. Netwoking in DOS is relying on a packet driver, and then
>>> it's only a matter of having the right application to do the job. Of
>>> course it implies you have a packet driver for the specific network
>>> card. IIRC, there's very little packet driver support for wifi cards
>>> (and probably not at all when considering anything else than 802.11 B).
>>> Personally I use a cheap $10 access point that provides me with a
>>> wifi->ethernet connectivity for my DOS machine.
>>>
>>> Anyway, could you please provide more intel on what you are having
>>> troubles exactly?
>>>
>>> cheers,
>>> Mateusz
>>>
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