i've got a linksys http://www.linksys.com Ether PCI II card which is working fine in Win98 and Linux... only 10mb/s tho.
Good ISA Ethernet compatible w/ Linux&Win98
Does anyone have any good suggestions. As noted in my post below, I didn't have any luck with the SohoWare pnp ISA card with Windows 98 (also its not Linux compatible). I had my network working with dual Netgear PCI cards, but as soon as I put my PCI video card into the other PCI slot in my old computer, I won't boot (just reboots everytime after Windows98 splash screen). I have plenty of irq's left. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
I have a Linksys Ether14 card. It works fine for me, but it is not PnP compatible. You have to use the utilities that come on a floppy to configure its I/O and IRQ #'s. All in all a good brand.
i have yet to hear of anyone having problems with a cheapy nic as long as it was ne2000 compat.
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