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Software News   Software News : Poseidon v3.8
   posted by VooDoo on 14-Oct-2007 20:53:44 (1658 reads)
This news from highway_usb ML!

"There is a new version of the Poseidon 3.8 release available through
Trident or my website www.platon42.de -- I didn't want to bump the version
for this minor update."



"The update of 3.8 fixes the crash reported with massstorage.class -- thanks
to the smartcrash/segtracker log this was pretty easy to nail down.

It also contains the very very last attempt to fix the problems a few users
have with the algorusb.device stopping working. I've change the soft
interrupt handling (and as a result, I have the impression that it's now
even faster). I'm getting 1108 KB/sec here with ScsiSpeed.

The Poseidon USB Stack is a software solution that unleashes the possibilities of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) and the devices with USB interface, ranging from mice, keyboards, tablets, joysticks, printers, scanners, webcams, digicams, flash card readers, zip drives, floppy disk drives, harddisks, memory sticks, ethernet adapters, scanners and audio adapters to less common things like power supplies, GPS location devices or finger print readers. It is intended to be a solution for all systems."

http://www.platon42.de/index2.html
    

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Re: Poseidon v3.8
Posted on 15-Oct-2007 1:50:38
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@Voodoo

Quote:
It is intended to be a solution for all systems.


Does this include A1/OS4 support?


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