christos wrote:Greenious wrote:czietz wrote:Woohoo, I'm in! Though for the time being with the very limited KA9Q network stack. I'll still have to figure out how to get STinG to work.
a $3 wifi solution... who would have thought that possible...
Only STinG left then, but SLIP is so old and I wonder if they really tested it's functionality in the last versions of STinG... might be broken. If you have no success I'll see if I can squeeze some info out of Ronald (who co-wrote it) next time I talk to him. Sadly he sold everything and completely left the scene some 10 years ago. Might be worthwhile checking documentation from stik(?), since I believe sting was derived/inspired by that previous SLIP stack...
Slip absolutely works with Sting. I've done it with a null modem cable:
http://atariage.com/forums/blog/199/ent ... ari-to-pc/
SLIP is a predecessor to PPP, it's not the same, and since noone in their right mind would choose SLIP over PPP given the choice, I wondered if STing bothered to keep testing SLIP once they had PPP working, and if they might have broken it by mistake.