Pardon me while I laugh out loud, mate, but I think it's funny that anti_microsoft
used a Windoze app to post the output of his box for a Linux forum. All you really
needed was Intel® 915G Chipset. Please forgive me...
Forget that BelArc Advisor posted some data wrong...you're going to use *nix. :)
Did you check this out? First hit on Google. Intel® Quick Start Kit for Linux*
I wonder what that does...
Second hit on Google...http://www.mail-archive.com/linux-us.../msg13673.html
Just ignore that guys monitor hub problem, and Fedora junk, and look at
some stuff that's common, such as it using e100: eth0: Intel(R) PRO/100
Network Connection for the NIC; and he's running kernel 2.4.29 which is
the one in Slack-10.1; his USB 2.0 root hub is recognized; onboard PCI
Express graphics works; etc. Sound should be no problem, because I
believe all onboard Intel chips use the same modules.
Anyway, this is the Intel page for your 915G chipset
Great news! You have the best SATA controller going for Linux today,
the AHCI controller which works with Native Command Queuing (NCQ).
Look at Jeff Garzik's pages
where I referred you earlier.
Mate, you should just boot with Slackware CD1 and select that sata.i
kernel. Go for it!