A popular implementation of TCP/IP and associated protocols for amateur packet radio systems and personal computers connected via serial lines. It was named after the call-sign of Phil Karn – the radio ham who first wrote it for MS-DOS on the IBM PC.
KA9Q is currently maintained by Anthony Frost email@example.com (call-sign G8UDV) and Adam Goodfellow . It has been ported to the Archimedes by Jonathan Naylor (G4KLX).
/ˈkɑːl/ adjective 1. (South African, informal) naked
/ˈkɑːbə/ noun 1. a cube-shaped building in Mecca, the most sacred Muslim pilgrim shrine, into which is built the black stone believed to have been given by Gabriel to Abraham. Muslims turn in its direction when praying n. 1734, Caaba, cube-shaped building in the Great Mosque of Mecca, containing the Black Stone, from Arabic ka’bah […]
[kahp-staht] /ˈkɑp stɑt/ noun 1. Afrikaans name of .
[kab] /kæb/ noun 1. 2 . [kab] /kæb/ noun 1. an ancient Hebrew measure equal to about two quarts. /kæb/ noun 1. a variant spelling of cab2 /kæb/ noun 1. 2. the enclosed compartment of a lorry, locomotive, crane, etc, from which it is driven or operated 3. (formerly) a light horse-drawn vehicle used for […]