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SubjectRE: Linux driver for 8 port RS232 ISA card
Hi Steven,

Terms: Send me your multiport card
Time: Give me a deadline
Success: I keep the card
Failure: You get the card back with whatever work I've completed


On 17-Feb-97 Steven Wooff wrote:
>Dear Linux Developers
>I am a development project manager for Specialix International.
>company has a strong desire to develop a Linux device driver
for our
>IO8+ 8 channel RS232 board. Specialix have developed a number
of device
>drivers for this product ( M/S and Unix variants ) but we have
>deployable Linux device driver writers available to write this
driver in
>any acceptable timescale.
>If there are any under utilised (!) Linux driver developers out
>who would be prepared to write this driver ( or assist ), I
would be
>happy to hear from you and discuss terms.
>Product Details
>The IO8+ is a non intelligent 8 port serial I/O card ( 8 X RJ12
>The UART is the Cirrus Logic CD1864/1865, it uses 4 I/O memory
>and supports 4 interrupt levels.
>Sample developer code examples ( from other OS's ) would be
>Steven J Wooff
>Development Project Manager
>Specialix International Ltd
>+44 (0)1932 35221

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