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By electricdragon ·
Does anyone know of a good manual and or program for writing eisa configuration files?


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by Mictlantecuttli In reply to EISA hardware

Hi E.D.

You can use Adobe Acrobat in text mode and paste the
text into notepad to save as an ASCII file. You could also try eisac141 though, you can get it here http://www.safesite.com/product.php%5Bid%5D50274%5Bcid%5D276%5BSiteID%5Ddigibuy.

You can find information here: http://www.stallion.com.au/html/userdoc/discontinued/eisaconfig.pdf
and for Digital UNIX here: http://www.cs.arizona.edu/computer.help/policy/DIGITAL_unix/AA-Q0R6C-TET1_html/eisabus10.html#cfgexample
about writing EISA config files.

I hope this info helps.



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by electricdragon In reply to

Actually, it did!
I posted this under "programming" and got told to throw away my old hardware, not very helpful or nostalgic, lol.
I had eisac141, but one of your links led me to another link that got me what I was looking for, information on creating a system board .cfg rather than just a card .cfg.
Writing one for a mobo is a bit more complicated and info was what I needed.
I wrote the new .cfg and the unit is up and running fine!

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