[NTLK] Can Einstein do Network?
mm at matthiasm.com
Sun May 2 10:25:42 EDT 2010
On 22.04.2010, at 13:52, Morgan Aldridge wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 5:22 PM, Andre Garzia <andre at andregarzia.com> wrote:\
>> The question is, can Einstein do network?
> Unfortunately, no, it cannot.
>> If it can't is it possible to use Relativity to replace some stuff and thus be able to implement networking?
> It is certainly possible and I believe that that was one of Paul
> Guyot's primary reasons for implementing the "Relativity"
> functionality in Einstein.
It is actually relatively easy to implement. You need to set up the Driver Development Kit (DDK) on a classic Mac and compile the sample driver that comes with the DDK. Once you have that running, you replace the hardware access functions with Relativity calls / native calls into the Einstein system.
Einstein then can either simply behave like a client, or, if you are professional in network programming, behave like a bridge into the host network. The bridge of course would be the perfect solution.
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