Re: How to add second network card?
> Since the cards are PnP, you'll probably need to use a DOS utility to
change the card's settings. Perhaps you can get isapnp or some linux
> tool to do it, but I haven't tried.
I heard of this so I'll take a look.
> | Okay, if I'm not running DOS, is there anyway to run it so I can
> | configure to second card without loading windows? Am I missing
> | something?
> You could stick the card in a DOS box, or make a boot floppy to run
> DOS from. Boot DOS from the floppy, then put the floppy with the util
> on it in and run it, then reboot back to debian.
This sounds pretty simple. I knew this had to be a pretty simple
solution but couldn't really think it through. Thanks for telling me
what should have been obvious.