On Tue, 27 Apr 1999 17:56:22 +0100 (IST) Shane Dempsey <sdempsey at iol.ie> wrote:
| AFAIK they only have the rights to the numbers 35 and 9 for their card
Also 0,8 and the letter B.
More seriously, in my time I have used 3c501, 503, 509, 589[BCD], 590, 900,
905, 905B. The Vortex (3c59x) and Boomerang (3c90x) series are supported by
the 3c59x.o module. The one thing I have discovered is that the auto-sensing
on the 3c905 is more than a little troublesome on a 100mbit LAN, you are
better off setting it to not auto-sense using the utility disk. I've seen
general references to doing this as a flag in the source, but haven't managed
to do it in conf.modules. Any ideas?
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