see if the largest chip on the card has a chipset # on it and search it on the DLink Website. I believe they have linux drivers there
NE2000 is an old 10 mbps isa card that works for just about every isa/pci card that emulates ne2000
But it does help to have the actual hardware instructions from the correct driver set. Plus some chipsets don't agree 100% (not even 30% in most cases) with ne2000. Kingston learned from that mistake eventually.