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Old 08-29-2004, 05:33 AM   #1
munkie_poo
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CNR slot Intel card


I need a network adapter, and saw an 'Intel PRO/100 VE ' for sale quite cheap. Its to fit a CNR slot.

I use Mandrake 10oe, with 2.6 kernel. I looked at Intel site, they reckon this card is supported, but Ive never even tried a CNR card in windows nevermind linux.

will this card work ok?

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