On Wed, 4 May 2005, Tim Shoppa wrote:

> > [ MOP daemon ]

> As long as I'm racking my brain, I seem to recall DEQNA/DELQA
> interfaces had on-board firmware that helped a lot in writing a MOP
> boot. Wasn't there some special command that caused the interface to
> do a DMA transfer containing the MOP boot into the host's memory or
> something else funky?

I believe you're thinking of the DEUNA/DELUA... It already have most of
the MOP stuff in there. And the manuals comes quite a way to explain the
MOP protocol as well.


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