Re: i386 compatibility & libstdc++
"Martin v. Löwis" <email@example.com> writes:
> Lars Wirzenius wrote:
>> So using a 386 as a router and firewall, which it is perfectly capable
>> of hardwarewise
> b) Do you then have 10MB or 100MB ethernet in that computer?
> Can you even put a 100MB ethernet card into the computer?
> Does it have PCI?
There are 100Mb/s ISA cards, such as the 3c515. I have one of those in a
486 at home. Not that you'd want a 386 (or a 486, for that matter) as a
router for such a big pipe, but for modem/ISDN/ADSL speeds it should do