It's getting close to fall again, which means upgrade time! I'd like to add a gigabit ethernet adapter to one of my boxes. Adding a new piece of hardware is usually pretty easy, but I've already had a swing-and-a-miss on this one. I bought a D-Link DGE530T a month or so ago (just got around to installing it though) only to find out that the newest rev of the card (the one that I bought) doesn't work well/at all in linux. From combing the HCL here at linuxquestions.org (Great idea Jeremy! Could it be searchable by type in the future?) I've found 6 or so adapters that "work". I'd like to ask all of you what your suggestions are (since the HCL doesn't seem to get that much traffic). I'm looking for a PCI gigabit ethernet adapter, support for jumbo frames would be nice, but not a necessity. I custom build my kernels so distro-specific support isn't necessary.
These are the cards I found in the HCL, please feel free to make any other suggestions as well.
Thanks in advance for your suggestions!