I went to CompUSA
picked up a few Intelogis PassPort
units. The package
included two PC units and a printer unit and the price wasn't all that bad.
I was able to install the Linux drivers
for the PassPort on
the laptop easily enough, as the Linux kernel was compiled to support
modules (because of the PCMCIA support).
Try to install the modules on the primary system here. Oops, I don't have
module support in the kernel.
Recompile recompile recompile lilo reboot.
Try to install the modules on the primary system here. Oops, seems I
included the parallel port driver in the kernel and that's grabbing the
port. Need to remove that driver.
Recompile recompile recompile. That's where I'm at right now.
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