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RE: available slots



Hi,

I am very sorry for not being helpful. All my intention was to help.

Sagit




At 05:51 AM 12/4/00 -0800, Dave New wrote:
>Sagit,
>
>So much marketing hype, I wouldn't know where to
>begin.  I would be hard pressed to believe that
>you are in Jungo's engineering organization, rather
>than in a marketing capacity.
>
>The issue is not whether *Windows* boots on the 'remote'
>machine, but whether *anything* boots.  Without that,
>your software-based WinDriver is simply not helpful.
>
>Please pay closer attention to the problem statement,
>instead of using such opportunities as a thinly-veiled
>sales pitch.  Or, you could post this stuff on pci-com.
>
>I'm sure that Jungo has some very interesting products.
>I've looked at some of your stuff, as I'm sure others
>have.  To characterize your tools as 'free' in this
>context is misleading, as I've been led to believe
>that your WinDriver wizard produces code which is
>dependent on (IMO) expen$sive proprietary libraries.
>
>Thanks,
>
>-- DaveN
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Sagit Kaniel [mailto:sagit@jungo.com]
>Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2000 8:46 AM
>To: Patrick Maupin; pci-sig@znyx.com
>Cc: pci-sig@znyx.com
>Subject: Re: available slots
>
>
>Pat, David,
>
> >That tool is probably great for anybody whose hardware works
> >well enough for Windows to actually boot.
>
>
>This tool does not support only Windows (9x, NT, NT, NT Embedded,2000,  CE,
>ME) O.S.,
>but also Linux, Solaris, VxWorks and OS/2. The code created using WinDriver
>will be source compatible between all supported O.S. - just re-compile.
>
>
>  >It also might be good for David, if he were asking for a tool to examine
>a PC,
>  >rather than a way for _his_ application to automatically examine
>  >PCI slots on any arbitrary user machine.
>
>Not at all. This tool includes Remote WinDriver, which enables you to plug
>the hardware on a remote target machine, running one of the operating
>systems supported by WinDriver, and to access it from your host development
>workstation in any location.
>
>Using the WinDriver Remote Wizard (Included in Remote WinDriver), you can
>auto-detect all the hardware that is plugged into the remote target machine.
>The Remote Access Wizard enables you to test and diagnose the hardware from
>the host machine by reading and writing to the I/O and memory mapped
>ranges, listening to interrupts, and defining registers. The wizard also
>allows the remote detection and testing of USB devices, listening to
>device's pipes and sending set-up packets to control pipe of the remote
>target device.
>After verifying the hardware functions as expected, the WinDriver Remote
>Wizard automatically generates the driver source code for the target
>device. The library of API generated by the Wizard is specifically suited
>to the specific target hardware
>
>Remote WinDriver saves the need to plug the hardware to the host machine,
>using adapters and converters, or developing the driver on the embedded
>machine, using non-convenient and non-familiar tools.
>
>For more information please see - http://www.jungo.com/rawindriver.html
>
>Sagit
>
>
>At 08:57 AM 11/30/00 -0600, Patrick Maupin wrote:
>
> >That tool is probably great for anybody whose hardware works
> >well enough for Windows to actually boot.  It also might be
> >good for David, if he were asking for a tool to examine a PC,
> >rather than a way for _his_ application to automatically examine
> >PCI slots on any arbitrary user machine.
> >
> >Pat
> >
> >
> > > Hardware debugger -  a tool enables you to access your hardware (PCI /
> > > ISA / USB /ISA PnP/EISA/PCMCIA) in seconds using a graphical
> > > application. It is a 'Point & Click' application, which enables you to
> > > diagnose your hardware before writing a single line of code.
> > > Using this tool you can read and write to memory and I/O ranges,
> > > listen to interrupts, define registers and access them.
> > >
> > > For more information see -
> > > http://www.jungo.com/products.html
> > > http://www.jungo.com/products-wdwizard.html
> > >
> > > You can download it for free from http://www.jungo.com/dnload.html
> > > To try out the Wizard, download WinDriver, and choose 'Driver Wizard'
> > > from '/START MENU/PROGRAMS/WinDriver'
> > >
> > > Sagit
> > >
> > >
> >
>----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>-----------------------------------
> > >
> > > At 09:29 PM 11/26/00 -0600, David Huebel wrote:
> > >
> > > > Does someone know of a way from a Windows app or a driver to
> > > > determine if there are available PCI slots?
> > > >
> > > > David
> > > >
> >
> >--
> >Patrick Maupin
> >5216 Crooked Oak Cove
> >Austin, Texas 78749
> >512 891 6037