I would avoid the ne for a modern desktop computer because they’re kinda slow. For Laptops under Linux or other OS: Thu May 31, 7: Minor tweaks have to be made when using multiple controllers of the same type in one box, but other than that, just compile in support and go. Apr 6, Posts: Aug 15, Posts: I’ve never had problems with them, and often they’ll mention Linux support right on the box
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Both can work pretty well under any 2. Oct 26, Posts: My favorite is linksys lnetx. Crackez Ars Praetorian Tribus: Dec 20, Posts: They’re pretty old though.
Give me some NIC’s that should work with most flavors of Linux. Mon May 28, 2: Jul 20, Posts: Forrestina Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Apr 6, Posts: Alton Ars Praefectus Registered: Oct 4, Posts: May 17, Posts: Netgears are inexpensive and reliable. Sun May 27, 1: Sat May 26, 8: I can’t keep their product line straight, which makes driver stuff difficult sometimes.
Seltsam’s right, is the way to go. Sat May 26, 9: Going back further than that and you probably want a 3com isa card since it took the kernel folk a long time to adopt a stable tulip driver.
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Wed May 30, 6: Aug 15, Posts: Sun May 27, 2: I know we’ve got some generic based cards at work, I don’t know who liux them. Seltsam Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: Sep 12, Posts: How far back do you want to go with linux?
Give me some NIC’s that should work with most flavors of Linux. – Ars Technica OpenForum
I want something that’s easy to set up and has decent driver support. Sun May 27, 4: Never got it to work. Sun May 27, Sat May 26, 7: Very solid card, also.