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> Or is some other kernel structure much better for coding low-level
> synchronous device drivers? WANPIPE ? Is it really well established (talking
> to Linux X.25) or just used by one card manufacturer ?

Right now by one, and it does work conceptually for drivers you attach
to serial ports but needs the serial layer to be able to do sync stuff.
I'd not worry about wanpipe right now.

(Wanpipe is relevant for FR over serial as you can have multiple interfaces
over one physical sync serial line)

Alan

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