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    Hi all!

    I have started doing some work for implementing IEEE 1284 and 1284.3
    in Linux, i.e. a protocol for handling (generic) two-way communication
    via the parallel port (especially nice for EPP and ECP capable ports).

    This will quite possibly have some influence on the parallel port
    Ethernet drivers (de600, de620, atp) as well as PLIP, lp and paride.
    The "plug-and-play" people might also be interested...

    I plan to have an alpha version available for other people to see
    sometime before Christmas.

    If anyone else has already done something along these lines, PLEASE
    tell me about it, so that I don't re-invent this particular wheel...

    Greetings,

    Bjorn Ekwall <bj0rn@blox.se>

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