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SubjectRe: LILO and serial speeds over 9600
James Sutherland wrote:
> >
> > Well, any time there is a network there needs to be buffering, if you
> > want to have any kind of ACK protocol.
>
> Yes, but only the last packet sent, if you limit to one packet at a
> time... Shouldn't be a problem, even for the smallest code.
>

Of course. Either way I was planning to use the TCP technique of ACKing
a byte position, not a packet number (unlike TFTP.)

Anyway, perhaps we should take this off linux-kernel and reconvene once
we get a sourceforge list up.

-hpa

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