How well does the Siig USB/Firewire/Ethernet work under Linux?

How well does the Siig USB/Firewire/Ethernet work under Linux?

Post by Michael Meissne » Sat, 25 Oct 2003 10:18:30

On one of my systems, I am out of pci slots, and I was wondering how well the
Siig combo board that has USB 2.0, Firewire, and Ethernet work with current
2.4.23-pre* systems (and/or 2.6.*-test* systems)?  Ultimately I want to hook up
a DVD writer via either firewire or USB to the system.

Michael Meissner


1. SIIG PC Cards - USB/Firewire

Where do I post the driver spec for people interested in developing drivers
for these cards?

I use this USB/Firewire card in WinXP, but I would like to use Linux for
this.   Here is the card's site -

Let me know to where I can post the hardware specs (the vendor provided me
with thr hardware spec to post)  for these or who is interested - thank you.

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