Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 01:35:36 -0700
Subject: [ Quicknet Drivers]
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Date: Wed, 18 Aug 1999 08:16:35 -0700 (PDT)
From: Greg Herlein
To:, [Rick Moen]
cc: Stacey Reineccius,
Elaine Stathakis,
"David W. Erhart"
Subject: Quicknet Drivers

Sean and Rick,

Congrats on winning the Quicknet Internet PhoneJACK cards at
BALUG last night. Everything you need to use the cards with
Windows is in the box... boring! Quite functional - and amazing
performance, but not our platform of choice, right?

The Linux driver, sample application code, and documentation is
available on the web at:

We're encouraging more code to get written to make use of our
cards (we're hiring too, I might add, though you both are almost
certainly happy where you are). I've attached a text file that
describes how to join our Linux SDK mailing list, which is the
best place to ask a lot of questions. There are about 50 list
participants, the last time I looked. It's a fairly low volume

We're starting an open source project to develop some standard
interface code and apps for telephony - Win32 and Linux both.
It will be up soon at

In the meantime, here are some sites that may be of interest in
learning more about CTI and internet telephony:

Please don't hesitate to contact me with questions! We're local
here in San Francisco too, so you're welcome to visit (we're a
block from LinuxCare).


Greg Herlein Quicknet Technologies, Inc.
Member of Technical Staff 415-864-5225 x541

Quicknet Technologies, Inc. Linux SDK Mailing List HOWTO


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