I just subscribed to this list, so this post is
related to the one sent by Cherry Cortes (Wed Oct 22
2003 - 05:19:26 EDT).
I have been doing some research and the most relevant
information seems to be in this mailing list. The
other day, I bought a pc-to-pc cable (advertised as
laplink), but then after some webcrawling, I came to
the conclusion that this kind of cable only works in
nibble mode - too slow for my application.
I looked into plip on linux, but again, typical
transfer speed is not adequate for my purpose.
I am interested in highspeed bi-directional transfer
between a host and a peripheral (ECP mode), but in
order to develop the code, I would like to do some
experiments between two hosts.
It looks like I would have to make my own cable, which
is fine and I assume the pinout as described in the
'parport read' thread is adequate.
What is the typical transfer speed as described in the
setup by Cherry Cortes?
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