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Old 03-22-2004, 03:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What Is A Good Linux Compatible Socket A Mobo W/ Lan Support In Linux?

iM GONNA RUN Gentoo and i need to know a good LINUX COMPATIBLE MOBO and linux compatible lan and linux commmpatible MODEM

thanks in advance, anythiong u may know may be useful
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Old 03-23-2004, 10:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not sure myself. There are a few boards that claim to be good with linux that i've seen. I can't recall them at this time. I'm going to be building 2 linux machines soon. I've been wondering the same question but to no avail. I recently purchased a network card for a windows machine i just alterred. The brand is Belkin. In the manual it mentions that it's compatible with LINUX/UNIX.

I haven't tested out the card yet, but if the card seems good/decent in windows, then i'll perhaps try it out in one of the linux machines i build soon. You might want to look into it yourself. Dont know if it really is compatible... but its worth a try... and it only sells for 15 bucks.
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