Mon May 28, 2: With intel you get quality hardware and quality softare on linux. Jan 6, Posts: Jan 26, Posts: If you’re not so worried about costs Intel NICs are great. How far back do you want to go with linux? For Laptops under Linux or other OS:
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My favorite is linksys lnetx.
Mar 23, Posts: Oct 4, Posts: This card has worked with every OS I tried it with. Both can work pretty well under any 2. Intel that is.
I’ve used the linksys in RedHat, Mandrake and Slackware with no problem. Sat May 26, 9: Tue May 29, 3: I figured I’d mention my other favorite cards: They work with everything I have tried on them. Sep 14, Posts: Sep 4, Posts: Sat May 26, Jul 25, Posts: Strider Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Thu May 31, 7: Aug 15, Posts: How far back do you want to go with linux?
Crackez Ars Praetorian Tribus: Intell May 28, 2: Very solid card, also. Jan 26, Posts: Jul 20, Posts: Mar 9, Posts: Feb 12, Posts: Just had to download and install the latest tulip driver and it worked like a charm on Suse 7.
Almost any ne card. With intel you get quality hardware and quality softare on linux.
Wed May 30, 4: I can’t keep their product line straight, which makes driver stuff difficult sometimes. Am I correct in saying that Intel’s InBusiness least expensive line of network cards does not have Linux support?
Seltsam’s right, is the way to go. For Laptops under Linux or other OS: Wed May 30, 6: