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On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 08:02:55AM +0000, aydun wrote:
> Hi,
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> I've ended up with a SmartLink PCI softmodem (SmartPCI561). SmartLink
> provide some drivers for Linux which apparently are quite good at
> ftp://ftp.smlink.com/linux/unsupported/
>=20
> This comes as some source code and some object files with needs to
> compiled against a kernel source tree - which looks simple enough on Linu=

x.
>=20
> I have the linux_base port installed on FreeBSD 4.9. I don't have a
> Linux kernel source tree, but is it just a matter of compiling against=20
> the Linux kernel source and linking the Linux libraries?
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> Even assuming it does compile, what are the chances of it actually workin=

g?

Zero, without changes to turn it into a FreeBSD driver.

Kris

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