Thanks again, Bruce - I knew I read it somewhere. It's been a while since
I've actually looked in mh.ini, though.
BTW, the card I have is the byterunner 8-port card - It's up and running
well with Windows 98, 2000 and Linux. Sean Dudley @ Byterunner is a good
guy, too and always responds to requests for help. I think the current
cards have the 16950 UART on them, which has a 128byte FIFO for reeeaally
fast ports. I have the lowly 16750 UARTS with only 64 byte FIFOs. I feel
so under buffered :-) Hopefully the ol' CM11 won't wake up some morning
and start trying to talk to misterhouse at 900K or something.....
At 08:34 PM 8/22/2000 -0500, you wrote:
> > couple days). Is there a list of changes that have to be made to
> > an existing MH installation to make it work in Win2K? So far,
> > the only thing I noticed is this:
> > ... I finally had to code it as: cm11_port=//./COM11
>That is the only difference I can think of. You probably read that tip in
>the default mh.ini, although there I suggested \\.\COM11 ... apparently
>ether / or \ will do.
> >Also, what is the suggested TTS package for Win2K, and where to get it?
>Same as for Win95/Win98 ... the MS TTS. See mh/docs/install.html for a
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