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Re: [vox-tech] What NIC's are good with Linux ?




The NIC's that I have had luck with (and found at frys) are:

Netgear FA310TX

They use the tulip driver (like the kingston cards).

I have had luck finding those at frys (at a reasonable price).

HTHO,

jan

--- Donald Dunn <VNDDUNN@lottery.state.ca.us> wrote:
> I have had a frustrating time trying to install Mandrake SNF
> onto a PC.  Most recently the brand X NIC cards aren't found,
> I went to Fry's with the "Linux Hardware Compatibility "
> http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/Hardware-HOWTO/
> page in hand.  None of the entries are on this shelves.
> 
> Is this list a little out of date?  Is there a new one?
> 
> What are several on-the-shelf compatible cards I can buy?
> 
> There are Intel, SMC, and Netgear NIC's, and 3rd world knock-offs.
> Is an SMC 1244TX ?  This could be one as it has the "EZ" as mentioned 
> in the HOWTO "SMC Ultra / EtherEZ (ISA)"?
> 
> Thanks,
> Don Dunn
> 


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