On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 12:44:02PM +0000, John Madden mentioned:
> The e100 module is the intel driver for the card (presuming it's the
> same as the one in my laptop). That isn't included in either of the
> kernels, but AFAIR the eepro100 module is in the 2.4.18 kernel on the
> debian install disks. The eepro100 module is the open source driver for
> that card (assuming it's the same as the card in my laptop -- Intel
> Pro/100 ethernet card).
eepro100 and e100 are two competing open source drivers. You can get the
e100 from sf.net/projects/e1000 - It depends on what you want - an Intel
written one, or a Donald Becker written one.
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