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I've got a debian boot/root combo for a PC which has kernel version 2.0.28
and I've having trouble finding a drivers disk to match it. I made the
disks myself a long time ago because there weren't then (and still don't
seem to be) any boot floppies compatible with the Flashpoint LT Scsi
controller. I know it's supported by the kernel nowadays but, for some
reason, I can't find a boot disk...anyway...I need module support
temporarily for the 3c509b ethernet card. Should I just go to another
machine, get linux-2.0.28 source, make the modules, and just stick them on
the new machine by hand? Does anyone know if there's a site with drivers
disks appropriate to my kernel? Thanks much... 

J. Goldman

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