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If you are using a 2.4 kernel I suggest you upgrade. I google for 2.4 and 2.6 and got alot of people with working internet on 2.6 (don't know which). For 2.4 I saw alot of references to compiling your own driver for it.
How small can I get the 2.6 kernel? And where can I get a small version?
It would be great to be able to switch over, but I don't have much space. Would I need to put in another hard drive, download the source there, and compile it myself? Or is there a small version of 2.6 available for slackware somewhere?