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> Hi there,
> I saw your posting concerning the USB-support using Suse 6.4 and
> wondered, whether you received any kind of helpfull hints in this
> matter. Since I did not manage to have my Suse-System recognize the
> USB-port either, I would appreciate helpfull hints myself, too.
I now have RH 7 running with current updates, as I unsuccessfully was
able to get a Debian floppy install to recognize my Intel 810e video
chipset (which RH 7's install had the chipset!). SuSE was my baby, but I
have fallen behind, and now -- instead of Central Florida -- I an near
SuSe's HQ here in Deutschland!!
My wife is now a civilian employee at the US Army base in Grafenwohr
(Vilseck). I am retired at age 40 and loving my view here in Auerbach
I just got Becker's test tulip.c and other drivers to get my Linksys
LNE100TX Rev 4.1 NIC working perfectly on a <gulp> 50-50 Win98SE-Linux
home LAN (4 boxes at the moment).
Since T-Online and the proprietary Deutsche Telekom Eumex 504PC USB ISDN
package (hardware/software) don't work on Linux ... I am ready to start
running the latest test kernels and try to find a way to get those very
proprietary USB devices working under Linux! Not because of the hardware
... but looking at the 'USB port recognition' and going from there.
Stay in touch?
Your new friend in Deutschland,
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