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Announcement   Announcement : OpenPCI library Reaches 1.0
   posted by bugg on 11-Feb-2003 16:08:19 (1352 reads)
The latest version of the OpenPCI library has been released.
OpenPCI aims to design a generic library allowing 1 set of drivers to support a range of different PCI solutions and systems.
Download the latest version from here
    

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Re: OpenPCI library Reaches 1.0
Posted on 12-Feb-2003 10:25:53
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Nice idea, should be VERY useful.


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