... there is indeed a PAMs net adapter driver in the Linux kernel. I compiled the driver into the kernel but I couldn't get it to work. Not even using ping would work. I ended up checking the routing and network card on my PC by borrowing another machine!
The PAMs net adapter driver works by polling and is not interrupt driven and is therefore very slow. I tried various kernels from 2.0.30 to 2.0.34 for my Atari but eventually I have put it to one side. My 'high speed' TT (well it was in 1990!) only manages around 8 bogo mips which makes it too slow to do much ...
|Has anyone got or knows where he can get them from, the programming specifications for this beast?|