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Re: [vox-tech] tulip.c and DEC nic's
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Re: [vox-tech] tulip.c and DEC nic's

  • Subject: Re: [vox-tech] tulip.c and DEC nic's
  • From: Roland Minden <rminden@maMAPSil.com>
  • Date: Sat, 07 Oct 2000 01:50:21 -0700

1 Linksys EtherFast card has been the bane of my existance. I have seen in
the last few days 4 postings with others having the same problem with the
chip 4 and over I think. I am now working on getting an old D-Link DE220
working. I can not connect to the internet with my cable modem with Linux.
So I am forced to use M$ Winblows. I will have it up and running soon

------Original Message------
From: Eric Engelhard <ekengelhard@sagresdiscovery.com>
To: vox-tech@franz.mother.com
Sent: October 6, 2000 11:17:13 PM GMT
Subject: Re: [vox-tech] tulip.c and DEC nic's

Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> i can't remember if someone posted a question about the DEC chip NIC with
> the tulip.c driver on vox-tech or one of the other mailing lists i'm on;
> i thought it was this one.  jay, were you the one asking about this
> pete

I had problems with tulip.c and Linksys EtherFast Cards. The tulip.c version
shipped with Mandrake 7.0 or with the NIC itself (don't remember the version
number, perhaps 0.92) did not function. We ended up getting SMB cards


Eric K. Engelhard

Rusty Minden
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