An amazing amount of cheap network cards these days are Realtek 19's or
29's and they all seem to work quite well under Linux as NE2000's. Windows
always has problems with them for some reason.
Don't develop software you want, you'll constantly hack it into
oblivion and when it's finally stable you won't want to use it.
On Mon, 22 Nov 1999, Justin Mason wrote:
>> Donncha O Caoimh said:
>> 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?
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