[Freedos-user] Fwd: Announcement: New DOS USB Drivers

2009-07-02 Thread Blair Campbell
Anyone these days using UHCI? -- Forwarded message -- From: Bret Johnson bretj...@juno.com Date: Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 6:49 AM Subject: Announcement: New DOS USB Drivers To: bretj...@juno.com Good day to you. My name is Bret Johnson, and I write DOS TSR programs.  I am sending

Re: [Freedos-user] Announcement: New DOS USB Drivers (fwd)

2009-07-02 Thread Aitor Santamaría
Bonnie, I see in his page that the source code is provided, but would you know what the license may be? Also can someone give some feedback on how they are working for you? Thanks! Aitor 2009/7/1 Bonnie Dalzell bdalz...@qis.net: When I was doing some help type work tracking down documentation

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2009-07-02 Thread Pat Villani
Just thought I'd mention that FreeDOS is on twitter at http://twitter.com/FreeDOS_Project . Used mainly for news and events in the project. Pat -- ___ Freedos-user mailing list

Re: [Freedos-user] Fwd: Announcement: New DOS USB Drivers

2009-07-02 Thread Alain Mouette
Blair Campbell escreveu: Anyone these days using UHCI? Yes. PCs are randomly distributed as UHCI and OHCI, acording to chip-set manufacturer. Alain -- ___ Freedos-user

Re: [Freedos-user] Announcement: New DOS USB Drivers (fwd)

2009-07-02 Thread Bonnie Dalzell
On Thu, 2 Jul 2009, Aitor Santamaría wrote: Bonnie, I see in his page that the source code is provided, but would you know what the license may be? Also can someone give some feedback on how they are working for you? I am not sure about the license but the author's address is in the

Re: [Freedos-user] Fwd: Announcement: New DOS USB Drivers

2009-07-02 Thread Christian Masloch
Anyone these days using UHCI? Yes. PCs are randomly distributed as UHCI and OHCI, acording to chip-set manufacturer. Plus, EHCI (for USB 2.0) coexists with UHCI/OHCI. Older USB drivers usually work with USB 2.0 hardware as well, just not as fast. Regards, Christian

Re: [Freedos-user] Fwd: Announcement: New DOS USB Drivers

2009-07-02 Thread Tom Ehlert
Anyone these days using UHCI? Yes. PCs are randomly distributed as UHCI and OHCI, acording to chip-set manufacturer. unlikely. while O/UHCI is certainly fast enough for keyboards/mice/printers(?), noone want to have different USB ports in he same computer plug your USB stick/external

Re: [Freedos-user] Fwd: Announcement: New DOS USB Drivers

2009-07-02 Thread Alain Mouette
Tom Ehlert escreveu: unlikely. while O/UHCI is certainly fast enough for keyboards/mice/printers(?), noone want to have different USB ports in he same computer Ok plug your USB stick/external disk/DVD-ROM into an OHCI/UHCI port, and you will be VERY dissatisfied with transfer rates.