[Ilugc] NTFS to ext3 file transfer how ?
manokaran at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 11:11:36 IST 2006
On 1/16/06, Shakthi Kannan <cyborg4k at yahoo.com> wrote:
> ?!? The only difference between a straight through and
> a cross-over cable is that in a cross-over cable, pins
> 1 (RX+) and 3 (TX+), and 2 (RX-) and 6 (TX-) are
> connected. In a straight through 1 (Rx+) is connected
> to 1 (RX+), 2 (RX-) is connected to 2 (RX-) and so on.
> So, what's the trouble?
As Binand pointed out, how many crossover cables can one find lying
around - compared to the straight through ones!
> > In future, WiFi and other ethernet related
> > technologies (and IP over
> > bluetooth!!) might be the only way devices will talk
> > to each other.
> In future?!? What's wrong with the present?
> HOWTO PAN:
> TCP/IP over PAN/BNEP:
The techonolgy exists and sure there are implementations but am
talking about widespread adoption by the non geek public. Like how
ethernet is being used now. WHen people stop talking about the
physical and datalink layer itself. Like how there are no more
arguements about TCP/IP and other competing protocols.
All generalizations are false.
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