Now, while I'm waiting for the Linux kernel to finish compiling, I might as
well review the Intelogis PassPort. Well, at least
what I've worked with so far.
The package I picked up included three units—two for PCs and one for a
printer. It included two cables for the PC connections and two power
strips. I found the included power strips to be rather odd because you
can't plug the units into the power strips, or any power strips for
that matter. And I already have power strips and UPSes. Oh well.
Ah! Compile is done. Time for another test …
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