Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. Mar 23, Posts: Very solid card, also. Strider Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: 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. Netgears are inexpensive and reliable. Sun May 27,
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Apr 9, Posts: Forrestina Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Strider Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: I want iintel that’s easy to set up and has decent driver support. Thu May 31, 7: Thu May 31, 5: Am I correct in saying that Intel’s InBusiness least expensive line of network cards does not have Linux support? Wed May 30, 4: Just had to download and install the latest tulip driver and it worked like a charm on Suse 7.
Sun May 27, 1: Sun May 27, Man with no head Ars Legatus Legionis Registered: For Laptops under Linux or other OS: Apr 6, Posts: Man with no head. Very solid card, also.
Mon May 28, 2: Jan 26, Posts: The Netgear’s good, particularly if you’re on a budget.
Sat May 26, 9: I can’t keep their product line straight, which makes driver stuff difficult sometimes. Netgears are inexpensive and reliable.
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Sep 12, Posts: Intel that is. Tue May 29, 3: Jul 20, Posts: May 29, Posts: I dunno about the cheapest Intel NIC.
Never got it to work. Mar 9, Posts: Sun May 27, 2: Sat May 26, 7: Alton Ars Praefectus Registered: