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I think I remember (unfortunatly) hearing that Linksys network cards are not
Linux friendly (even though they share the first 3 letters). I've got an old
166 box that I would like to turn into a router for when I can finally
afford broadband access. I've got Redhat 9 running on it, without X
running, so it will just be old school command line. The thing is it's got
a linksys card, and it cannot get a DHCP address, and when i set a static
address, it still cannot ping other PCs.
Anywho, If the problem is Linksys, can anyone recommend an IDE NIC that I
can buy? This box has a PCI and 2 IDE ports, so I'd like to get two of the
same IDE NICs for this to be a router.
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