Wed May 30, 6: Thu May 31, 7: Sun May 27, 4: Seltsam’s right, is the way to go. Minor tweaks have to be made when using multiple controllers of the same type in one box, but other than that, just compile in support and go. Jul 20, Posts:
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Jul 20, Posts: Never got it to work. Almost any ne card.
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Minor tweaks have to be made when using multiple controllers of the same type in one box, but other than that, just compile in support and go. Sep 12, Posts: I know we’ve got some generic based cards at work, I don’t know who made them.
I’ve never had problems with them, and often they’ll mention Linux support right on the box They’re pretty old though. Both can work pretty well under any 2. The Netgear’s good, particularly if you’re on a budget.
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For Laptops under Linux or other OS: Sat May 26, 8: Netgears are inexpensive and reliable. Linuxx favorite is linksys lnetx.
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Thu May 31, 7: Sat May 26, 7: Am I correct in saying that Intel’s InBusiness least expensive line of network cards does not have Linux support? Sep 14, Posts: I can’t keep their product line straight, which makes driver stuff difficult sometimes.
Sun May 27, 5: Aug 22, Posts: Mar 23, Posts: They work with everything I have tried ,inux them.
Jan 6, Posts: If you’re not so worried about costs Intel NICs are great. With intel you get quality hardware and quality softare on linux. I have had some really bad experiance with my old ne compatable. Thu May 31, 5: Wed May 30, 4: This card has worked with every OS I tried it with.
Forrestina Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Sat May 26, 9: Just had to download and install the latest tulip driver and it worked like a charm on Suse 7.