> The third card (Xircom Combo 10/100/56k modem) worked perfectly and
> instantly... quite impressive. Literally plug in the card, hear the beep,
> and type 'ping server' and it worked. Nice.
>> Anyone know where I can get one of those Xircom's on the high street in
> Dublin (this one's borrowed, sadly ;-)
Is this the RealPort dongleless one? I believe I saw one in PC World in
Blanchardstown yesterday, for a price of the order of IEP250.00 (don't quote
me; I wasn't shopping, just replacing a broken card, so I didn't note prices).
Xircom Realport 10/100 no modem also works fine with the latest version of
PCMCIA tools. Don't know about out-of-the-box RH6.2.
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