When it comes to hardware, the minimum specifications almost always
say what you need to run the accompanying software.
"I woke up this morning and realized what the game needed: pirates,
pimps, and gay furries." - Rich "Lowtax" Kyanka
> They can't imagine you using their fancy graphics card on an old
> machine, and would feel embarrassed and degraded were you to do so.
So if it is an old box that was only available with P60-P90 processors, it
is probably best to stick with ISA. If the box could accept P90, P100 or
P120 cpus, then it should be safe to use any PCI nic. My tulip based nic
works fine in such a P100 box (upgraded to Evergreen Spectra400 K6-2/400).
David Efflandt - All spam is ignored - http://www.de-srv.com/
> I went shopping for a couple of PCI NIC's to turn an old Pentium 60 into a
> Linux router. Several cards listed on their packaging that a system
> requirement was for either a Pentium 90 or 150. I don't get it. Why would
> a PCI network card care about slow CPU speed?
---- The Key is knowing how to use your neurosis. ----
Could someone help me with a link about the Solaris 9 system requirements
PS: the Sparc hardware requirements