> But that raises the question -- there have been a few dodgy-looking really
> cheap ethernet cards around, made by Trust, Genius and the usual suspects.
> Has anyone here tried them under Linux? Are they Winethernet cards ;) or
> just cheapie NE2000 clones that'll work fine?
I've used the Genius ones. (Well, they're probably the same
ones...) Mine were RTL8219 PCI NE2000 clones. Not the
best card around, but they're so cheap... Simply enable
PCI NE2000 in the kernel or use the ne2k-pci.o module.
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