Someone called Dermot Gorman said on Wed, May 24, 2000 at 03:02:07PM +0100:
> Does anyone have any good or bad experiences using the TRUST PCI Ethernet
> Starter Kit as seen in peats.ie ...
>>http://www.peats.ie/cgi-local/catalog.cgi?view_cat=1&theCat=Networking>> are the cards compatible with linux? I'm a bit suspicous as the price is
> only £65 for hub + 2 cards.
>The trust Ethernet cards are ne2000 compliant. They work for definite under
freebsd, I've one at home, and under linux. For linux, you may want to use the
DOS disk that comes with it to turn off PNP mode, but apart from that,you're
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