ethernet cards: kngston/boclean etc..

ethernet cards: kngston/boclean etc..

Post by Neil Zanell » Tue, 24 Feb 1998 04:00:00



Hi,

Does anyone know whether any of the following ethernet cards are
compatible with Linux?

1) Kingston
2) Boclean

Thanks a lot.

Regards,

Neil Zanella

 
 
 

ethernet cards: kngston/boclean etc..

Post by Merrill Lync » Tue, 24 Feb 1998 04:00:00




Quote:> Does anyone know whether any of the following ethernet cards are
> compatible with Linux?

> 1) Kingston
> 2) Boclean

Dunno 'bout 2) But I had no problems with my Kingston card, just told Linux
it was an NE2000 :)

Proinnsias

 
 
 

ethernet cards: kngston/boclean etc..

Post by Donald Beck » Thu, 26 Feb 1998 04:00:00




Quote:>Does anyone know whether any of the following ethernet cards are
>compatible with Linux?

>1) Kingston

All Kingston ethernet cards are compatible.  They are either NE2000 clones
(use the "ne" or "ne2k-pci" drivers) or Tulip-based designs (use the "tulip"
driver).

Quote:>2) Boclean

BocaLAN?  They are usually AMD PCnet chips (use the "lance" for ISA or
"lance32" driver for PCI) or NE2000 clone chips.

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