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Re: Semiconductor types only: What is "Pinnacles" ?
Subject:Re: Semiconductor types only: What is "Pinnacles" ? From:Gregory Keith <GKeith -at- DELRINA -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 26 Jul 1995 16:42:00 PDT
>I'm trying to find out about "Pinnacles", a term that I heard recently.
>Apparently it is a proposed (or adopted??) standard for on-line
>documentation. My understanding is that it is meant for semiconductor
>manufacturers. Unfortunately that's all I know about this. I would
>appreciate if anyone has some more information on Pinnacles or could direct
>me to some other sources.
>Our major problems have not been with the docs (yet), but with
>1. Getting the install program to deal with the fact that the media is
>2. Keeping enough free space on the HD to store the entire CD.
> (we went and bought a second HD just for writing to the CD.)
>3. Learning the foibles of our CDwriter (A Pinnacle 1000).
>Grant Hogarth, Information Services/Technical Support
>Onyx Graphics Corp.
Coincidence? I think not. <g>
gkeith -at- delrina -dot- com