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Old 09-29-2003, 11:20 AM   #1
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pcmcia and USB2.0: problem to install?

I am toshiba satellite 3000-400 with RH9.0 and a 2.4.22 kernel. I am interested to buy a PCMCIA card to have a USB2.0 port in my computer. I am tried to buy a product with a disowned mark with a very good price (I think its name is Commland). Before I would like to know if this kind of card has some special software request especially for linux.
Anybody have any idea?
Thanks in advance,



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