Re: Network cards.
Brent McMillan <email@example.com> writes:
> I'll be setting up a network between my linux box and 2 other
> machines for a cable modem. I hear that there are some network cards
> that just don't work for linux. Crazy I know, but that's the rumour.
> Does any one know off any cards I should avoid or any they would
> recomend? Thanks.
I believe Donald Becker <firstname.lastname@example.org> said that he
believes that every 10/100 Mbps ethernet card on the market is now
supported for Linux. :-)
You have to be pretty unlucky to find a card that doesn't work. I
usually just buy cheap 10 Mbps NE2000 clones. It depends on your
- Network cards.
- From: Brent McMillan <email@example.com>