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ethernet - how low can I go?

On 01/21/2010 01:50 PM, R. Luoma wrote:
> I thank everyone for the responses to my USB query.
> Several people had suggested using ethernet,
> so I now have another question.
> Can I communicate via a cross-over cable between
> two computers at the ethernet packet level
> (specifically, without the TCP/UDP and IP lavels)
> using some set of linux drives?
> Is so, how?

Why would you want to?  Just set each one up with a temporary static IP that
is on the same subnet as the other and you're done; they can talk to each other.


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