I recently discovered why the company had no problems when I asked for a
PC to use to install Debian and learn about it - they are planning (or
hoping) to use it as a dial-in server. They have a Megaport 24cs dial-in
board from Equinox; I checked it out, but the drivers provided are for
SVR3.2 and SCO Unix/Xenix. When I e-mailed them (after searching their
web site) they said they don't support Linux on this board, but that I
should upgrade to another newer/faster/shinier/etc board which would...
Reason we're doing this is to not have to buy a whole new package!
Anyone out there know how to make this work (or which drivers could be
compiled to work)?
TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THIS MAILING LIST: e-mail the word "unsubscribe" to
Trouble? e-mail to email@example.com .