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gumletis



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Hi, just a simply question, is it possible to make a server at only pure interrupts, or isn't it defined and you need to get the network driver and so sent data with that, and if there is a way, please post urls to links

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Post 11 Feb 2005, 12:34
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Check Ralf Brown's Interrupt list to see if any network card specific INT's exists.
http://www.ctyme.com/rbrown.htm
Post 11 Feb 2005, 13:18
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Yes but its just a interrupt list, there is alot of things i don't understand with it, i need a guide/tutorial about it, there learn it from the ground

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Tomasz Grysztar



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You need a packet driver to do it.
http://www.crynwr.com/packet_driver.html


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gumletis



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packet driver?? don't get it, please explain privalov

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It's a very basic network device driver for DOS, which installs on some interrupt in the 60h-80h range. When you download a package of drivers for your NIC and it contains a driver for DOS, it's usually the packet driver.
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hmm okay, but is there a way without that(even if you should make the drivers), i don't like to use other programs, its get me feel like im a skiddy Rolling Eyes and don't wanna be like that

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The packets drivers are the standard, it's like using the mouse driver installed on interrupt 33h - by making your program use the packet driver you make sure that it will be usable even by someone having completely different network card if only he has the packet driver for it.
Post 11 Feb 2005, 17:04
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okay, but what about sending/getting data?
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Please read the reference I put the link to above.
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