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Old 05-01-2006, 10:04 AM   #1
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Question Compiled Intel Pro 100VE for Netware Kernal 2.4.28 needed


I need to import a new NIC into Novell NetWare Linux.2 kernel 2.4.28. The card is a Pro 100VE. I do not have access to a linux workstation. Would anyone have the compiled file? I believe it should be a .tgz

I am new at both Linux and posting in a forum, hope this is appropriate.

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