> > Google is nearly as useful as the AnteFacto CD service :-) but in this case
> > it bore sad news - a link to a company in the UK selling these cards which
> > indicates that that card as NOT Linux compatible, although the 10M card is.
> > You can see for yourself at www.mkccomputers.co.uk/network.htm
I haven't seen the MRI card before, so the following may be of absolutely no
use at all... BUT
Some of the MRI shipped pcmcia devices are ASIX AX88190 chip based...
The drivers for these devices are at http://www.asix.com.tw/driver2.htm
Most of the people on the PCMCIA lists seem to cry when AX88190 chipsets
So there is a possibility that your pcmcia card is based on this chipset,
in which case the manufacturer's shipped drivers may help.. then again given
the reaction on the pcmcia lists - you may just wish take the known working
route and get a 'real' card ...
The first URL below is the one which reports that MRI are shipping rebadged
AS88190 chipset devices - which is what sent me looking this way..
Other URLs found while searching :-
>> Ouch. Time to do a swap with a friendly windows-laptop-user.
** Chris Higgins e: chris.higgins at horizon.ie **
** Technical Business Development tel: +353-1-6204916 **
** Horizon Technology Group fax: +353-1-6204949 **
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