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I read the HCL of it appenty it works fine with linux
but how do i get it to work with slack10?? i tryed setup network didnt dected the network card atall how can u make it find it and plus can you install the network later on slackware (eg usiing kde when its installed)
Distribution: Slackware, Windows, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS X
as long as the modules for the nic are loaded, and the nic is functioning properly, you should be able to set up the network during install using dhcp, or reconfigure it later also using dhcp.
well i typed: network at the slackware boot it, it looked for it and at the end of the search it said NO Pci-network card found please try probe (forgotten) but looking on google i found people using tullip or netsemi or some thing
i have that card, using on-board nic now. it doesn't play nice with other pci cards( seems to want the same interrupt as the sound card). might want to look at the bios, see if it's sharing an interrupt with anything. i had to physically move cards around to get it to work right on my abit board. just a thought