Thu Jun 24 13:49:01 1999
I'm not sure if the A matters, but you can most likely use the RTL8139 driver for
this card. Keep in mind that the card manufacturer could be anybody, you me or
whoever can produce a little green circuit board and buy some ethernet chips. In
most cases what matters is the chipset (ie RTL8139A as you found).
David Rajan wrote:
> I have aquired a 10/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet Card for PCI (32-bit),
> however, cannot make out any manufacturer. The chip on the card is
> Can you tell me if this the same as the RTL8139 - ie is the A
> As I am just getting into linux and networking stuff I am not too sure
> what is what.
> Any help appreciated.
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