Re: [ql-developers] K68 Core

2003-07-14 Thread Peter Graf
Phoebus wrote: Legality is a big issue. I came across this while I was reading about a ZX81-on-a-chip clone (T80 core). I thought that it would be a good alternative when Motorola gives up the 68K family. As for the new Coldfires... have you seen : a. Their prices?, b. That Motorola won't make

Re: [ql-developers] K68 Core

2003-07-19 Thread Peter Graf
Phoebus wrote: That's excellent news... I was under the impression... or at least talk and Motorola's own press releases gave me that impression, that the situation was very bleak. Will see also how Motorola will go ahead with the publicised full compatibility with the 68K (and the ultra high

Re: [ql-developers] Ethernet card for Q60

2003-08-14 Thread Peter Graf
Thierry ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I'm trying to configure an ISA PnP card (RTL8019AS based) for use on my Q60. The card got a jumperless mode (i.e. a mode where PnP is disabled) that may be enabled via a DOS software (on a PC) and its parameters (I/O address, IRQ, Duplex/Simplex modes) can be

Re: [ql-developers] Massive amount of job state transitions and re-scheduling

2003-09-07 Thread Peter Graf
Thierry wrote: Yes, this I know, thanks... I'm perfectly aware of the fragmentation and of out of order receipt of TCP packets... That doesn't change the fact you could use the fast interrupt to store as many TCP packet as needed (i.e. when they come in), into a buffer (organized as a linked list

Re: [ql-developers] Massive amount of job state transitions and re-scheduling

2003-09-07 Thread Peter Graf
BRANE wrote: Simple example: A M$ or Unix machine sends a file to the QDOS machine via TCP. It will send one or two packets, then stop and wait for ACK. Further packets will only be sent after further ACKs. Your ACKs can only be generated in 50 Hz rhythm, so packets will crawl one-by-one in

[ql-developers] PD

2003-12-09 Thread Peter Graf
Hi, does anybody know a working email address from Phoebus? The usual p h o e b u s AT d o k o s - g r DOT n e t is down. Private reply, please. Thanks, Peter

[ql-developers] HTTP server speed test

2004-02-15 Thread Peter Graf
Hi, is somebody out there who owns two networked PCs, one with a 10 Mbit/sec ISA NE2000 (or clone) card, and could do a speed test using this PC as HTTP server? With the Q60/QLwIP as server I currently get average 854 kBytes/sec HTTP throughput, measured with Ethereal, transferring a file

Re: [ql-developers] HTTP server speed test

2004-02-16 Thread Peter Graf
Tony Firshman wrote: Unfortunately I have no second PC so I can only measure from PC to Q60 and vice versa. I am sure I have such a card. I will fit it in one of the nine PCs here tomorrow (5 run 24/7!) and test. It may not be until the evening. Many thanks! I did have an NE2000. However

Re: [ql-developers] HTTP server speed test

2004-02-16 Thread Peter Graf
Tony Firshman wrote: I have not managed to get my debian system to install a mouse successfully, so only have command line. Is there a command line ethereal? Not that I know. If you only have a commandline, you could transfer the file with curl, which I remember to have a useful speed display.