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'Very![OT]: Psion communications protocol'
1998\02\26@180625 by Alex Holden

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I hope nobody will mind this post being so off topic, I just couldn't
think of any other group of individuals I know with such a wide range of
talents, who might know an answer to this question...
I want to write a simple driver for Linux, similar to the old DOS program
supplied with the Psion serial link. The problem is, I have been unable to
locate any specs on the protocol used. If anyone has encountered such a
beast, perhaps they could point me in the right direction.
The PIC content? Err, well, I do use my Psion for writing PIC code when
I'm away from my PC :)
Thanks a lot, Alex.

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1998\02\26@192049 by Andrew Warren

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Alex Holden <spam_OUTPICLISTTakeThisOuTspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> I want to write a simple driver for Linux, similar to the old DOS
> program supplied with the Psion serial link. The problem is, I have
> been unable to locate any specs on the protocol used.

Alex:

Have you tried looking at the RoadCoders web site?  The
Psion-specific area of the site is at:

   http://www.roadcoders.com/psion/

-Andy

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