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Re: European problem with dongles..
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: European problem with dongles..
- From: Dimitri Simos <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 11 Jul 1994 00:36:26 +0000
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Stone email@example.com wrote:
>and instead of that I'll consider changing the dongle
>supplier. If you know other dongle manufactures besides
>Microguard they are welcome. The protocol in Microsequritys
>key writing all that callbacks flies over my capability,
>so I'd appreciate some MCL friedly solutions.
I am using Rainbow's Sentinel Eve3 dongle with my MCL application
and have had no problems.
The dongle can be programmed easily in C or Pascal, and it is
easy to make suitable foreign function calls from Lisp which work
exactly the same way.
I could send you about 15 lines of code demonstrating the
Pascal-to-Lisp definitions that I use. (e-mail me for this,
but you would need to have the eve3 manual to understand what the
original function calls do. I can't send you those details).
I don't really know Pascal myself, so this *must* be easy!
I have nothing to do with Rainbow. If you contact them, tell them
they can have an MCL interface to their dongle from me!! :)
Rainbow Technologies phone Nos:
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Dimitri Simos, Lissys Ltd. Tel&Fax: UK (+44) 509 235620