Cormac O'Keeffe wrote:
> Hi folks,
>> did a recent install of Redhat 7.0
> my network card didn't get detected.
> it is a TRUST 100Mbps PCI Network card.
>> i email technical support looking for the chipset of the card, but, they
> replied saying that they do not support any unix based O/S's.
>> any ideas? (apart from buying a new network card)
lspci will give you the basic chipset and manufacturer ID's, which can
probably be used as the basis for a google search. If the card's
unrecognised 'lspci' will give you 2 4-digit numbers as ID's.
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