On Wed 10 Jul 2002 11:44, Dave O Connor wrote:
The 1655's not actually out yet, is it?
> Thinking of getting one of these bad boys for an install solution.
> Only thing is, has anyone had any problems with the Broadcom GigE
> NICs under Linux? I've some PE1650s here, but their GigE cards are
> Intel Pro1000s, so can't really compare. I've heard of issues under
> FreeBSD, but am wondering if anyone has had issues under Linux?
Dell certify all their PowerEdge servers with Red Hat, so I presume
that they've gotten the Broadcom NIC working. I've not heard of any
unusual trouble with the Broadcom NIC under Linux. Dell have
downloadable drivers at
http://www.dell.com/us/en/bsd/topics/linux_nic.htmhttp://www.domsch.com/linux/ also has lots of information on running
Linux on the PowerEdges.
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