They’re pretty old though. Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. Sep 14, Posts: I’ve used the linksys in RedHat, Mandrake and Slackware with no problem. Sep 4, Posts: Wed May 30, 4: Nov 26, Posts:
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Give me some NIC’s that should work with most flavors of Linux.
Wed May 30, 6: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Aug 15, Posts: Sun May 27, NIC trouble on 2. This card has worked with every OS I tried it with. BB code is On.
Going back further than that and you probably want a 3com isa card since it took the kernel folk a long time to adopt a stable tulip driver. No work on the installation.
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Man with no head. Mar 9, Posts: Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Very solid card, also. Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. Find More Posts by Epidemical. Dmesg shows that the Accton card is correctly recognized and set up as eth0 using the too module.
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If you’re not so worried about costs Intel NICs are great. Last week, one of the two NICs in the machine went completely dead. I can’t keep their product line straight, which makes driver stuff difficult sometimes.
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Having a problem logging in? Linux – Networking This forum is for any issue related to networks or networking. I’ve had mucho trouble with 3com 3cb. Mar 21, Posts: Unknown device rev 10 Netgears are inexpensive and reliable. The time now is I dunno nlc the cheapest Intel NIC.
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Am I correct in saying that Intel’s InBusiness least expensive line of network cards does not have Linux support?