Re: Etherenet card problem.
--- Anthony Lau <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> At 3:55 PM -0400 5/10/2001, Aaron Traas wrote:
> >I have two cards laying around, a Linksis LNE100TX
> and a Kingston
> >KNE110TX. Both are tulip variants. Both worked
> under Mandrake 7.2.
> >Niether is working under Debian.
> I had the same Linksys card and had massive problems
> trying to get
> the default tulip driver to work. SuSE tech support
> had a little blurb about
> it being recognized by the standard tulip driver and
> they had a modified binary
> for it.
> Recompiling the driver was hit and miss, too.
> Sometimes when the star were
> aligned it would recompile and load.
> My fix was to go out an get another NIC, a natsemi
> based NetGear FA311.
I, too, gave up on the Linksys under linux. I had it
working under Redhat, but it took a while and I just
didn't want to spend the time again, so I went with
The best place for information is at www.scyld.com,
the Scyld Beowulf people. That's where I got the
drivers before. It's been a long time, so I don't
remember specifics. I never had a problem with the
Linksys once it was running, but I just don't have the
time to play with it anymore.
For what it's worth, they work fine under W2K. If
only anything else did...
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