ISDN cards info [Q]

ISDN cards info [Q]

Post by Maarten Boekhold (Who'd you expect » Thu, 28 Apr 1994 22:37:55

I'm considering buying an ISDN-card, for a direct internet-link. Is there
any info available about which cards are supported by Linux? I can
remember something about a german card some time ago, that someone had
written a driver for.

I have looked in the hardware-compatibility howto, but apperently it
hasn't been updated since august 93 :-(.

Oh, before I forget, it has to be a cheap card :-) (of course, what else)



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